On the Difference between Assumption-Based Argumentation and Abstract Argumentation

Martinus Wigbertus Antonius Caminada, Samy Sá, João Alcântara, Wolfgang Dvořák

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Abstract

In the current paper, we re-examine the connection between abstract argumentation and assumption-based argumentation. Although these are often claimed to be equivalent, we observe that there exist well-studied admissibility-based semantics (semi-stable and eager) under which equivalence does not hold.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Aberdeen
VolumeABDN–CS–1213XX
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2013

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Caminada, M. W. A., Sá, S., Alcântara, J., & Dvořák, W. (2013). On the Difference between Assumption-Based Argumentation and Abstract Argumentation. University of Aberdeen.

On the Difference between Assumption-Based Argumentation and Abstract Argumentation. / Caminada, Martinus Wigbertus Antonius; Sá, Samy; Alcântara, João; Dvořák, Wolfgang.

University of Aberdeen, 2013.

Research output: Working paper

Caminada, MWA, Sá, S, Alcântara, J & Dvořák, W 2013 'On the Difference between Assumption-Based Argumentation and Abstract Argumentation' University of Aberdeen.
Caminada MWA, Sá S, Alcântara J, Dvořák W. On the Difference between Assumption-Based Argumentation and Abstract Argumentation. University of Aberdeen. 2013 Sep.
Caminada, Martinus Wigbertus Antonius ; Sá, Samy ; Alcântara, João ; Dvořák, Wolfgang. / On the Difference between Assumption-Based Argumentation and Abstract Argumentation. University of Aberdeen, 2013.
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