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Recent advances in computational models of natural argument

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Recent advances in computational models of natural argument
This paper reviews recent advances in the interdisciplinary area lying between artificial intelligence and the theory of argumentation. The paper has two distinct foci: first, examining the ways in which argumentation has inspired new models of logical and computational intelligence; and second, exploring how AI techniques have been used and extended to model and handle real world argument in a wide variety of domains including law, education, medicine and e-commerce.
Chris Reed, Floriana Grasso
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IJIS
Authors Chris Reed, Floriana Grasso
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