By Iyad Rahwan, Pavlos Moraitis, Chris Reed
The idea of argumentation is a wealthy, interdisciplinary sector of study regarding philosophy, communications experiences, linguistics, psychology, and logics. Its options have came across quite a lot of functions in either theoretical and sensible branches of man-made intelligence and desktop technological know-how. Multi-agent structures conception has picked up argumentation-inspired techniques and in particular argumentation-theoretic effects from many alternative parts. Researchers in argumentation and multi-agent structures are at present having fun with a different opportunity to combine many of the understandings of argument right into a coherent and center a part of the functioning of self sustaining computational platforms.
This e-book originates from the 1st foreign Workshop on Argumentation in Multi-Agent structures, ArgMAS 2004, held in ny, long island, united states in July 2004. in addition to 12 chosen revised complete papers taken from the workshop, four extra papers through key humans within the region around off total insurance of the correct issues. The papers deal with the next major issues: foundations of dialogues, trust revision, persuasion and deliberation, negotiation, and strategic issues.
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T: Φ x Λ x Π . For syntactic convenience Tn refers to the triple Φ, Λ, Π identiﬁed by R(n). The player’s commitments are recorded in commitment stores designated Cπ n where π∈Π identiﬁed here for an arbitrary agent S, and form a sequence 36 S. Wells and C. Reed of sets of commitments. The player’s may maintain any number of individually labelled commitment stores as set out in the rules for the game being played. There are several general classes and subclasses of both pre- and postconditions. These are outlined below with an explanation of each.
If the hearer has no such argument, it simply updates it belief database with both premises and conclusions of the speakers argument. Such a dialogic protocol is extremely simple: the focus here is not upon how argumentation schemes interact with protocols (which is being pursued in companion work), nor on how argumentation-based dialogue games can structure inter-agent communication (which is the topic of much current research) – but rather, on the contents of the moves as schemes. 6 The Role of Schemes in Agent Communication There are several key advantages that are delivered by using argumentation schemes in inter-agent argument.
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Argumentation in Multi-Agent Systems: First International Workshop, ArgMAS 2004, New York, NY, USA, July 19, 2004, Revised Selected and Invited Papers by Iyad Rahwan, Pavlos Moraitis, Chris Reed