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TitleArgumentation Machines [electronic resource] : New Frontiers in Argument and Computation / edited by Chris Reed, Timothy J. Norman
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2004
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-0431-1
Descript XXV, 240 p. online resource

SUMMARY

In the late 1990s, AI witnessed an increasing use of the term 'argumentation' within its bounds: in natural language processing, in user interface design, in logic programming and nonmonotonic reasoning, in Al's interface with the legal community, and in the newly emerging field of multi-agent systems. It seemed to me that many of these uses of argumentation were inspired by (ofยญ ten inspired) guesswork, and that a great majority of the AI community were unaware that there was a maturing, rich field of research in Argumentation Theory (and Critical Thinking and Informal Logic) that had been steadily reยญ building a scholarly approach to the area over the previous twenty years or so. Argumentation Theory, on its side; was developing theories and approaches that many in the field felt could have a role more widely in research and sociยญ ety, but were for the most part unaware that AI was one of the best candidates for such application


CONTENT

1 A Roadmap of Research in Argument and Computation -- 2 Argument and Multi-Agent Systems -- 3 Decision Support for Practical Reasoning -- 4 Computational Models, Argumentation Theories and Legal Practice -- 5 The Persuasion Machine -- 6 Computational models of rhetorical argument -- Author Index -- Topic Index


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