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Semantic Change and Extension Enforcement in Abstract Argumentation

Abstract : Change in argumentation frameworks has been widely studied in the recent years. Most of the existing works on this topic are concerned with change of the structure of the argumentation graph (addition or removal of arguments and attacks), or change of the outcome of the framework (acceptance statuses of arguments). Change on the acceptability semantics that is used in the framework has not received much attention so far. Such a change can be motivated by different reasons, especially it is a way to change the outcome of the framework. In this paper, it is shown how semantic change can be used as a way to reach a goal about acceptance statuses in a situation of extension enforcement.
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Sylvie Doutre, Jean-Guy Mailly. Semantic Change and Extension Enforcement in Abstract Argumentation. 11th International Conference on Scalable Uncertainty Management (SUM 2017), Oct 2017, Granada, Spain. pp. 194-207. ⟨hal-01887892⟩



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