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

This ebook constitutes the completely reviewed post-proceedings of the eighth overseas Workshop on Argumentation in Multi-Agent platforms, ArgMas 2011, held in Taipei, Taiwan in may well 2011 in organization with the tenth overseas convention on self sustaining brokers and Multi-Agent platforms (AAMAS 2011). The eight revised complete papers taken from ArgMAS 2011. additionally integrated are five invited papers according to displays on argumentation on the AAMAS 2011 major convention. All jointly the thirteen papers integrated within the ebook supply a consultant evaluate on present learn on argumentation in multi-agent structures. The papers are indexed alphabetically by way of first writer inside 3 thematic subject matters: foundations and concept; argumentation and discussion; and applications.

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We can then draw from the large literature on agent dialogue to ensure such consistency properties of the internal module dialogues. g. [23,4] are themselves based on argumentation and hence the link can be made more natural. 5 Properties of ABA Agents ABA agents are designed so that their operation is based on informed decisions. The working hypothesis that underlies their operation is that the argumentation ABA: Argumentation Based Agents 23 policies in an agent’s different modules capture optimal solutions of the respective decision problems.

From Definition 8, a preferred extension is a conflict-free admissible set. Thus, if {A} is admissible set to Agents then there exists a preferred extension S to Agents such that {A} ⊆ S. (⇒) We show that the contradiction is derived under the assumptions that A is a member of some preferred extension S to Agents and A is not self-admissible to Agents. Under the assumptions, there exists an argument B ∈ Args defeating A, under an agent i ∈ Agents, that is not defeated by A under any agent j ∈ Agents and is defeated by a third argument C ∈ S under an agent k ∈ Agents.

In: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents, AGENTS 1997, pp. 276–283 (1997) 9. : Theoretical and computational properties of preference-based argumentation. In: ECAI, pp. 463–467 (2008) 10. : On the acceptability of arguments and its fundamental role in nonmonotonic reasoning, logic programming and n-person games. Artificial Intelligence Journal 77, 321–357 (1995) 11. : Computing ideal sceptical argumentation. Artif. Intell. 171(10-15), 642–674 (2007) 12. : Modular argumentation for modelling legal doctrines in common law of contract.

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