Argumentation in Multi-Agent Systems: Second International by Simon D. Parsons, Nicolas Maudet, Pavlos Moraitis, Iyad

By Simon D. Parsons, Nicolas Maudet, Pavlos Moraitis, Iyad Rahwan

This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the second one foreign Workshop on Argumentation in Multi-Agent platforms held in Utrecht, Netherlands in July 2005 as an linked occasion of AAMAS 2005, the most foreign convention on self reliant brokers and multi-agent systems.

The 10 revised complete papers provided including an invited paper have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 17 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on foundations, negotiation, protocols, deliberation and coalition formation, and consensus formation.

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2 φ if for all w ∈ W , we have M, w |= φ. We assume that W contains exactly one world for each subset of A. Clearly, the language L is a fragment of M L. Moreover, Dung’s theory can be characterized by the properties we already discussed: – |= (a ∧ b ✄ c) ↔ (a ✄ c) ∨ (b ✄ c) – |= (a ✄ b ∧ c) ↔ (a ✄ b) ∨ (a ✄ c) We also consider some instances of Dung’s theory. As far as we know, there is no systematic study of the possible instances of Dung’s theory. We consider additional axioms we can impose on the logic MLAA.

P > q → ¬(q > p). Thirdly, the attack relation behaves like a non-strict preference interpreted on a partial pre-order and defined by “p ≥ q iff there is no q ∧ ¬p world that is strictly preferred to a p ∧ ¬q world”. As far as we can see at this moment, this relation seems coincidental and does not seem to refer to any deep connection between the two logical systems. 2 Conditional Logic The defend connective behaves like a standard conditional connective, with one important exception: it does not satisfy the identity rule.

17. F. H. van Eemeren, B. Meuffels, and M. Verburg. The (un)reasonableness of the argumentum ad hominem. Language and Social Psychology, 19:416–435, 2000. The Case of Pragma-Dialectics 27 18. H. van Eemeren, R. Grootendorst, and A. F. Snoeck Henkemans. Argumentation: Analysis, Evaluation, Presentation. Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, 2002. 19. H. van Eemeren, R. Grootendorst, S. Jackson, and S. Jacobs. Reconstructing Argumentative Discourse. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa/London, 1993.

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