Argumentation framework

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Vocabulary

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Définition

Français

système d'argumentation

En sémantique, un système d'argumentation est un moyen de gérer des informations conflictuelles et d'en tirer des conséquences.

Source: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syst%C3%A8me_d%27argumentation

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Argumentation framework

In artificial intelligence and related fields, an argumentation framework, or argumentation system, is a way to deal with contentious information and draw conclusions from it.

In an abstract argumentation framework,[1] entry-level information is a set of abstract arguments that, for instance, represent data or a proposition. Conflicts between arguments are represented by a binary relation on the set of arguments. In concrete terms, you represent an argumentation framework with a directed graph such that the nodes are the arguments, and the arrows represent the attack relation. There exist some extensions of the Dung's framework, like the logic-based argumentation frameworks[2] or the value-based argumentation frameworks.[3]








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