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By Cristian Gratie, Adina Magda Florea (auth.), Peter McBurney, Simon Parsons, Iyad Rahwan (eds.)

This publication constitutes the completely reviewed post-proceedings of the eighth overseas Workshop on Argumentation in Multi-Agent structures, ArgMas 2011, held in Taipei, Taiwan in may possibly 2011 in organization with the tenth foreign convention on self sufficient brokers and Multi-Agent structures (AAMAS 2011). The eight revised complete papers taken from ArgMAS 2011. additionally integrated are five invited papers in keeping with displays on argumentation on the AAMAS 2011 major convention. All jointly the thirteen papers incorporated within the e-book supply a consultant evaluate on present examine on argumentation in multi-agent platforms. The papers are indexed alphabetically by way of first writer inside of 3 thematic issues: foundations and idea; argumentation and discussion; and applications.

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Springer, Heidelberg (2004) 33. : Foundations of rational agency. jp Abstract. This paper proposes a practical argumentation semantics specific to practical argumentation. This is motivated by our hypothesis that consequences of such argumentation should satisfy Pareto optimality because the consequences strongly depend on desires, aims, or values an individual agent or a group of agents has. We define a practical argumentation framework and two kinds of extensions, preferred and grounded extensions, with respect to each group of agents.

The notion, however, is used in a process of negotiation, and it is not evaluated by argumentation semantics. From the point of view of argumentation semantics, some authors introduce nonclassical semantics such as stage semantics [18], semi-stable semantics [5], ideal semantics [8], CF2 semantics [2], and prudent semantics [6] on Dung’s abstract argumentation framework. All of them intend to overcome or improve some limitations or drawbacks of Dungean semantics. , practical argumentation framework consisting of minimal number of elements that our semantics can be defined.

Furthermore, the objective defeat relation def eat = {(G, B), (H, D)} and the following subjective defeat relations are given. Def eat(i) = {(A, B), (A, C), (A, D), (B, C), (E, B)} Def eat(j) = {(B, A), (C, A), (C, F ), (D, A), (E, B), (F, C)} Figure 3 shows these arguments and the objective and subjective defeat relations where the filled arrows depict the objective defeat relations. Consider following abstract argumentation framework AF and practical argumentation framework P RAF . AF = < T args ∪ P args, def eat > P RAF = < P args, Agents, Def eat > The preferred extension, and the grounded extension as well, of AF is {A, C, E, F, G, H}.

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