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Formal Argumentation Approaches in TweetyProject

A Tutorial at the 4th Summer School on Argumentation (SSA'20)

The TweetyProject is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In this tutorial, I provide an overview on the argumentation libraries of the TweetyProject. These libraries comprise of implementations to abstract argumentation frameworks, as well as the most popular approaches to structured argumentation (ASPIC+, ABA, Deductive Argumentation, DeLP), and various further aspects such as ranking and probabilistic semantics. I briefly sketch the functionalities of these libraries and give some pointers to how they can be used.

Date and Place
  • Date: September 7
  • Place: SSA'20, online

Disclaimer: Source code works for TweetyProject v1.17

Last updated 02.02.2021, Matthias Thimm | Terms