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Le système Sesame : Spécifier des sémantiques argumentatives

Abstract : Sesame is a tool which allows to specify argumentation semantics for abstract argumentation frameworks, and to tackle the verification problem : is a given set of arguments an extension under a semantics for a given argumentation framework ? The semantics which can be specified go well beyond the range of semantics already known, and the user can indeed specify brand new semantics of her own. The system then provides a logical encoding in the form of a pa-rametrized formula. When applied to a given subset of arguments of a given argumentation framework, the instantiated formula will be satisfiable if and only if the set is an extension for the framework according to the specified semantics.
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Philippe Besnard, Sylvie Doutre, Dominique Longin. Le système Sesame : Spécifier des sémantiques argumentatives. Conférence Nationale sur les Applications Pratiques de l’Intelligence Artificielle, Jul 2017, Caen, France. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-01561521⟩



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