From logic programming and non-monotonic reasoning to computational argumentation and beyond. (English) Zbl 1491.68211

Balduccini, Marcello (ed.) et al., Logic programming and nonmonotonic reasoning. 14th international conference, LPNMR 2017, Espoo, Finland, July 3–6, 2017. Proceedings. Cham: Springer. Lect. Notes Comput. Sci. 10377, 36-39 (2017).
Summary: Argumentation has gained popularity in AI in recent years to support several activities and forms of reasoning. This talk will trace back the logic programming and non-monotonic reasoning origins of two well-known argumentation formalisms in AI (namely abstract argumentation and assumption-based argumentation). Finally, the talk will discuss recent developments in AI making use of computational argumentation, in particular to support collaborative decision making.
For the entire collection see [Zbl 1367.68005].


68T27 Logic in artificial intelligence
68N17 Logic programming
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