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On the Use of Presumptions in Structured Defeasible Reasoning

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In this work we introduce an extension of an structured argumentation system in which presumptions are fully integrated in the reasoning mechanism. A presumption is defined as a piece of information that is tentatively taken to be true, usually in the absence of acceptable reasons to the contrary. In Presumptive Defeasible Logic Programming (PreDeLP), arguments can be built from both facts and presumptions. We analyze several criteria to compare arguments in PreDeLP, and highlight one possibi...

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Publisher:
IOS Press
Volume:
245
Host title:
Computational Models of Argument − Proceedings of COMMA 2012‚ Vienna‚ Austria‚ September 10−12‚ 2012
Publication date:
2012-01-01
ISBN:
9781614991106
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uuid:d44885e7-0261-45f7-896c-bf84665403af
Local pid:
cs:6586
Deposit date:
2015-03-31

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