Accepted Papers

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  1. Teresa Alsinet, Ramon Béjar, Lluis Godo: A characterization of collective conflict for defeasible argumentation
  2. Leila Amgoud, Srdjan Vesic*: Generalizing stable semantics by preferences
  3. Stefan Ballnat*, Thomas F. Gordon: Goal Selection in Argumentation Processes - A Formal Model of Abduction in Argument Evaluation Structures
  4. Pietro Baroni, Paul E. Dunne, Massimiliano Giacomin: On Extension Counting Problems in Argumentation Frameworks
  5. Ringo Baumann*, Gerhard Brewka: Expanding Argumentation Frameworks: Enforcing and Monotonicity Results
  6. Christoph Beierle, Bernhard Freund, Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Matthias Thimm: Using Defeasible Logic Programming for Argumentation-Based Decision Support in Private Law
  7. Floris Bex, Henry Prakken, Chris Reed: A formal analysis of the AIF in terms of the ASPIC framework
  8. Guido Boella, Dov Gabbay, Leon van der Torre, Serena Villata: Support in Abstract Argumentation
  9. Simon BuckinghamShum, Maarten Sierhuis, Jack Park, Matthew Brown: Software Agents in Support of Human Argument Mapping
  10. Katarzyna Budzynska: Argument Analysis: Components of Interpersonal Argumentation
  11. Martin Caminada: An Algorithm for Stage Semantics
  12. Caroline Devred, Sylvie Doutre, Claire Lefèvre, Pascal Nicolas: Dialectical Proofs for Constrained Argumentation
  13. Phan Minh Dung, Phan Minh Thang: Towards (Probabilistic) Argumentation for Jury-based Dispute Resolution
  14. Phan Minh Dung, Francesca Toni, Paolo Mancarella: Some design guidelines for practical argumentation systems
  15. Paul Dunne: Tractability in Value-based Argumentation
  16. Paul Dunne, Diego Martinez, Alejandro Garcia, Guillermo Simari: Computation with varied-strength attacks in abstract argumentation frameworks
  17. Wolfgang Dvorak*, Stefan Szeider, Stefan Woltran: Reasoning in Argumentation Frameworks of Bounded Clique-Width
  18. Xiuyi Fan*, Adil Hussain, Francesca Toni: Multi-Agent Conflict Resolution with Assumption-Based Argumentation
  19. Sarah Gaggl*, Stefan Woltran: CF2 Semantics Revisited
  20. Matthias Grabmair*, Thomas F. Gordon, Douglas Walton: Probabilistic Semantics for the Carneades Argument Model Using Bayesian Belief Networks
  21. Stella Heras, Katie Atkinson, Vicente Botti, Floriana Grasso, Vicente Julian, Peter McBurney: How Argumentation can Enhance Dialogues in Social Networks (short paper)
  22. Anthony Hunter: Base Logics in Argumentation
  23. Anthony Hunter, Matthew Williams: Qualitative Evidence Aggregation using Argumentation
  24. Souhila Kaci: Refined Preference-based Argumentation Frameworks
  25. Eun Jung Kim, Sebastian Ordyniak, Stefan Szeider: Algorithms and Complexity Results for Persuasive Argumentation
  26. Andrew Kuipers*, Jörg Denzinger: Pitfalls in Practical Open Multi Agent Argumentation Systems: Malicious Argumentation
  27. Sanjay Modgil, Trevor Bench-Capon: Integrating Dialectical and Accrual Modes of Argumentation
  28. Sanjay Modgil, Henry Prakken: Reasoning about Preferences in Structured Extended Argumentation Frameworks
  29. Martin Moguillansky, Nicolás Rotstein, Marcelo A. Falappa, Alejandro J. García, Guillermo Simari: Argument Theory Change Through Defeater Activation (short paper)
  30. Fahd Saud Nawwab*, Trevor Bench-Capon, Paul E. Dunne: Exploring the Role of Emotions in Rational Decision Making
  31. Nir Oren, Chris Reed, Michael Luck: Moving Between Argumentation Frameworks
  32. Mauricio Osorio, Juan Carlos Nieves, Ignasi Gómez-Sebastià: CF2-extensions as Answer-set Models
  33. Shengying Pan, Kate Larson, Iyad Rahwan: Argumentation Mechanism Design for Preferred Semantics
  34. Nicolás Rotstein, Martin Moguillansky, Alejandro García, Guillermo Simari: A Dynamic Argumentation Framework
  35. Jodi Schneider, Alexandre Passant, Tudor Groza, John Breslin: Argumentation 3.0: how Semantic Web technologies can improve argumentation modeling in Web 2.0 environments (short paper)
  36. Mark Snaith*, Joseph Devereux, John Lawrence, Chris Reed: Pipelining Argumentation Technologies (short paper)
  37. Bart Verheij: Argumentation and rules with exceptions (short paper)
  38. Gerard Vreeswijk: Lower Bounds on Argument Verification in Computational Dialectic
  39. Maya Wardeh, Trevor Bench-Capon, Frans Coenen: Arguing in Groups
  40. Simon Wells, Chris Reed, Katarzyna Budzynska, Joseph Devereux: Building arguments with argumentation: the role of illocutionary force in computational models of argument

* Student applicant for the best paper award

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