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Argumentation is an important feature of human intelligence: the ability to understand and manipulate arguments is fundamental to understand a new problem, to reason about actions, and to perform scientiﬁc research. An argument is a sequence of inferences leading to a valid conclusion: a set of arguments is managed by an argumentation component that is particularly useful in the case of conﬂicting information. In this paper we elaborate on the idea of social support for argumentation in a MAS, by coupling the agents and artifacts (A&A) meta-model for MAS with argumentation theory.
B A→B A (Ab) For example, all humans are mortal, Parmenide is a mortal, then Parmenide is a human, in tuple form looks like argument (name, beliefs([mortal (parmenide)], [clause(mortal (X ), [human(X )])]), infer (Ab), conclusions([human(parmenide)]). The deﬁnition of contrast is not trivial because there are diﬀerent type of attack well deﬁned in . Following those deﬁnitions, two possible types of attack are ‘conclusions against conclusions’ – called rebuttals – and ‘conclusions against beliefs’—called undercuts.
For example, if we consider a list of four input arguments [a,b,c,d], the resulting search trees are shown in ﬁgure 1. There, the possible partial solutions are denoted in square brackets. The algorithm can also be used in a dynamic context with inputs in succession. To ﬁnd a new solution, after each update we have to insert new arguments in each existing conﬂict free set, and run the algorithm again. 0  and shows the main predicates implementing the conﬂict free set division. selection(X,[X|Rest],Rest).