Basic influence diagrams and the liberal stable semantics

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Basic influence diagrams and the liberal stable semantics
Abstract. This paper is concerned with the general problem of constructing decision tables and more specifically, with the identification of all possible outcomes of decisions. We introduce and propose basic influence diagrams as a simple way of describing problems of decision making under strict uncertainty. We then establish a correspondence between basic influence diagrams and symmetric generalised assumption-based argumentation frameworks and adopt an argumentationbased approach to identify the possible outcomes. We show that the intended solutions are best characterised using a new semantics that we call liberal stability. We finally present a number of theoretical results concerning the relationships between liberal stability and existing semantics for argumentation. . Abstract and assumption-based argumentation, decision tables and decision making.
Paul-Amaury Matt, Francesca Toni
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Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Authors Paul-Amaury Matt, Francesca Toni
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