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Advances in Knowledge Representation, Logic Programming, and Abstract Argumentation

Volume 9060 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 265-280

I don’t care, I don’t know … I know too much! On Incompleteness and Undecidedness in Abstract Argumentation

  • Pietro BaroniAffiliated withDip. Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Univ. of Brescia
  • , Massimiliano GiacominAffiliated withDip. Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Univ. of Brescia
  • , Beishui LiaoAffiliated withCenter for the Study of Language and Cognition, Zhejiang Univ.

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Abstract

Incompleteness and undecidedness are pervasively present in human reasoning activities and make the definition of the relevant computational models challenging. In this discussion paper we focus on one such model, namely abstract argumentation frameworks, and examine several flavours of incompleteness and undecidedness thereof, by providing a conceptual analysis, a critical literature review, and some new ideas with pointers to future research.

Keywords

Argumentation frameworks Argumentation semantics Incompleteness Undecidedness