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Picking the Right Expert to Make a Debate Uncontroversial

Abstract : Agents contributing to (online) debate systems often have different areas of expertise. This must be considered if we want to define a decision making process based on the output of such a system. Distinguishing agents on the basis of their areas of expertise also opens an interesting perspective: when a debate is deemed ''controversial'', calling an additional expert may be a natural way to make the decision easier. We introduce possible definitions that capture these notions and we provide a preliminary analysis with the objective to help a designer find the ''right'' expert.
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Dionysios Kontarinis, Elise Bonzon, Nicolas Maudet, Pavlos Moraitis. Picking the Right Expert to Make a Debate Uncontroversial. COMMA 2012 - Fourth International Conference on Computational Models of Argument, Sep 2012, Vienna, Austria. pp.486-497, ⟨10.3233/978-1-61499-111-3-486⟩. ⟨hal-00752451⟩

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