Reference : A Brief Introduction to the Shkop Approach to Conflict Resolution in Formal Argumentation
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A Brief Introduction to the Shkop Approach to Conflict Resolution in Formal Argumentation
Gabbay, Dov M. mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC) >]
Kampik, Timotheus []
Logics for New-Generation AI 2021
Liao, Beishui
Jieting, Luo
van der Torre, Leon mailto
College Publications
United Kingdom
First International Workshop on Logics for New-Generation AI 2021, 18-20 June 2021, Hangzhou
from 18-6-2021 to 20-6-2021
[en] abstract argumentation ; non-monotonic reasoning ; argumentation semantics
[en] In this paper, we formalise the Shkop approach to conflict resolution in formal argumentation, in which we start with an empty abstract argumentation framework AF and an initially empty set of inferred arguments. Then, we expand AF one argument at a time, and evaluate after each expansion if i) arguments that have previously been inferred can be kept (or have to be discarded due to sufficient doubt) and ii) if the newly added argument can be added to the set of inferred arguments. Based on this idea, we introduce a novel approach for designing abstract argumentation semantics. As a particular semantics, we define grounded Shkop semantics – a naive set-based argumentation semantics that does not inhibit a well-known problem of CF2 semantics.
Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

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