Argumentation Neural Networks
While neural networks have been successfully used in a number of machine learning applications, logical languages have been the standard for the representation of legal and argumentative reasoning. In this paper, we present a new hybrid model of computation that allows for the deduction and learning of argumentative reasoning. We propose a Neural Argumentation Algorithm to translate argumentation networks into standard neural networks, and prove correspondence between the semantics of the two networks.
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