7th International Conference on Computational Models of Argument

11th - 14th September 2018

Accepted Papers

Long Papers

Lisa Andreevna Chalaguine, Anthony Hunter, Henry Potts and Fiona Hamilton Argument Harvesting Using Chatbots
Pietro Baroni, George Drivas and Massimiliano Giacomin Modelling the “Laboratory of Dilemmas”: challenges and suggestions for argument-based decision making
Dorothea Baumeister, Daniel Neugebauer and Jörg Rothe Credulous and Skeptical Acceptance in Incomplete Argumentation Frameworks
Federico Cerutti, Timothy Norman, Alice Toniolo and Stuart Middleton CISpaces.org: from Fact Extraction to Report generation
Weiwei Chen and Ulle Endriss Aggregating Alternative Extensions of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks: Preservation Results for Quota Rules
Marcos Cramer and Mathieu Guillaume Empirical Cognitive Study on Abstract Argumentation Semantics
Martin Diller, Atefeh Keshavarzi Zafarghandi, Thomas Linsbichler and Stefan Woltran Investigating Subclasses of Abstract Dialectical Frameworks
Paul Dunne Unconscious patterns in argument: fractal dimension in oratory
Wolfgang Dvořák, Jorge Fandinno and Stefan Woltran On the Expressive Power of Collective Attacks
Jesse Heyninck and Ofer Arieli On the Semantics of Simple Contrapositive Assumption-Based Argumentation Frameworks
Tobias Krauthoff, Christian Meter, Michael Baurmann, Gregor Betz and Martin Mauve D-BAS – A Dialog-Based Online Argumentation System
Tuomo Lehtonen, Andreas Niskanen and Matti Järvisalo SAT-based Approaches to Adjusting, Repairing, and Computing Largest Extensions of Argumentation Frameworks
Tobias Mayer, Elena Cabrio, Marco Lippi, Paolo Torroni and Serena Villata Argument Mining on Clinical Trials
Josh Murphy, Alexandru Burdusel, Michael Luck, Steffen Zschaler and Elizabeth Black Deriving Persuasion Strategies Using Search-Based Model Engineering
Henry Prakken and Michiel de Winter Abstraction in Argumentation: Necessary but Dangerous
Tjitze Rienstra and Matthias Thimm Ranking Functions over Labellings
Patrick Saint-Dizier A Knowledge-Based Approach to Warrant Induction
Alexander Schneider, Christian Meter and Martin Mauve EDEN: Extensible Discussion Entity Network
Matthias Thimm Stochastic Local Search Algorithms for Abstract Argumentation under Stable Semantics
Matthias Thimm, Federico Cerutti and Tjitze Rienstra Probabilistic Graded Semantics
Matthias Thimm, Sylwia Polberg and Anthony Hunter Epistemic Attack Semantics
Jacky Visser, John Lawrence, Jean Wagemans and Chris Reed Revisiting Computational Models of Argument Schemes: Classification, Annotation, Comparison
Johannes P. Wallner Structural Constraints for Dynamic Operators in Abstract Argumentation
Anthony P. Young, Nadin Kokciyan, Isabel Sassoon, Sanjay Modgil and Simon Parsons Instantiating Metalevel Argumentation Frameworks
Bruno Yun, Madalina Croitoru, Srdjan Vesic and Pierre Bisquert Viewpoints using ranking based argumentation semantics

Short Papers

Ryuta Arisaka and Stefano Bistarelli Defence Outsourcing in Argumentation
Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon Relating the ANGELIC Methodology to ASPIC+
Annemarie Borg Equipping sequent-based argumentation with defeasible assumptions
Nadira Boudjani, Abdelkader Gouaich and Souhila Kaci CLEAR: Argumentation Frameworks for Constructing and Evaluating Deductive Mathematical Proofs
Claudette Cayrol, Jorge Fandinno, Luis Farinas Del Cerro and Marie-Christine Lagasquie Structure-based semantics of argumentation frameworks with higher-order attacks and supports
Jeremie Dauphin, Marcos Cramer and Leon van der Torre Abstract and concrete decision graphs for choosing extensions of argumentation frameworks
Rory Duthie and Katarzyna Budzynska Classifying Types of Ethos Support and Attack
Emmanuel Hadoux, Aurélie Beynier, Nicolas Maudet and Paul Weng Mediation of Debates with Dynamic Argumentative Behaviors
Emmanuel Hadoux, Anthony Hunter and Sylwia Polberg Biparty Decision Theory for Dialogical Argumentation<
Souhila Kaci, Leon van der Torre and Serena Villata Preference in Abstract Argumentation
Beishui Liao and Leendert van der Torre Representation Equivalences Among Argumentation Frameworks
Alison R. Panisson, Asad Ali, Peter McBurney and Rafael H. Bordini Argumentation Schemes for Data Access Control
Alison R. Panisson, Simon Parsons, Peter McBurney and Rafael H. Bordini Choosing Appropriate Arguments from Trustworthy Sources
Niklas Rach, Wolfgang Minker and Stefan Ultes Markov Games for Persuasive Dialogue
Mark Snaith, Dominic De Franco, Tessa Beinema, Harm Op den Akker and Alison Pease A dialogue game for multi-party goal-setting in health coaching
Bruno Yun, Srdjan Vesic and Madalina Croitoru Toward a More Efficient Generation of Structured Argumentation Graphs
Dimitra Zografistou, Giorgos Flouris, Theodore Patkos and Dimitris Plexousakis Implementing the ArgQL Query Language


Pietro Baroni, Serena Borsato, Antonio Rago and Francesca Toni The “Games of Argumentation” Web Platform
Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon Implementing Factors with Magnitude
Stefano Bistarelli, Francesco Faloci, Francesco Santini and Carlo Taticchi Studying Dynamics in Argumentation with Rob
Richard Booth, Martin Caminada and Braden Marshall DISCO: a Web-Based Implementation of Discussion Games for Grounded and Preferred Semantics
Federico Cerutti, Alice Toniolo, Timothy J. Norman, Floris Bex, Iyad Rahwan and Chris Reed AIF-EL – An OWL2-EL-Compliant AIF Ontology
Lisa A. Chalaguine and Anthony Hunter Chatbot Design for Argument Harvesting
Wolfgang Faber, Mauro Vallati, Federico Cerutti and Massimiliano Giacomin Enumerating Preferred Extensions Using ASP Domain Heuristics: The ASPrMin Solver
Abdelraouf Hecham, Madalina Croitoru and Pierre Bisquert Demonstrating a benchmark for defeasible reasoning
Nadin Kokciyan, Isabel Sassoon, Anthony P. Young, Sanjay Modgil and Simon Parsons Reasoning with Metalevel Argumentation Frameworks in Aspartix
John Lawrence, Jacky Visser and Chris Reed BBC Moral Maze: Test Your Argument
Christian Meter, Bjorn Ebbinghaus and Martin Mauve Jebediah – Arguing With a Social Bot
Daniel Neugebauer DABASCO: Generating AF, ADF, and ASPIC+ instances from Real-World Discussions
Brian Plüss, Mennatallah El-Assady, Fabian Sperrle, Valentin Gold, Katarzyna Budzynska, Annette Hautli-Janisz and Chris Reed ADD-up: Visual Analytics for Augmented Deliberative Democracy
Mark Snaith, Harm op den Akker, Tessa Beinema, Merijn Bruijnes, Alvaro Fides-Valero, Gerwin Huizing, Reshmashree Kantharaju, Randy Klaasen, Kostas Konsolakis, Dennis Reidsma and Marcel Weusthof A demonstration of multi-party dialogue using virtual coaches: the first Council of Coaches demonstrator
Bruno Yun, Madalina Croitoru and Srdjan Vesic How to generate a benchmark of logical argumentation graphs?