Broadening Label-based Argumentation Semantics with May-Must Scales (May-Must Argumentation)

16 Jan 2020Ryuta ArisakaTakayuki Ito

The semantics as to which set of arguments in a given argumentation graph may be acceptable (acceptability semantics) can be characterised in a few different ways. Among them, labelling-based approach allows for concise and flexible determination of acceptability statuses of arguments through assignment of a label indicating acceptance, rejection, or undecided to each argument... (read more)

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