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Possibilistic-Based Argumentation: An Answer Set Programming Approach

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Possibilistic-Based Argumentation: An Answer Set Programming Approach
In many fields of automated information processing it becomes crucial to consider together imprecise, uncertain or inconsistent information. Argumentation theory is a suitable framework for practical and uncertain reasoning, where arguments could support conclusions. We present a possibilistic-based argumentation approach which is based on a possibilistic disjunctive language. This specification language is able to capture incomplete information and incomplete states of a knowledge base at the same time.
Juan Carlos Nieves, Ulises Cortés, Mauricio
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ENC
Authors Juan Carlos Nieves, Ulises Cortés, Mauricio Osorio
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