Fifth International Conference on Computational Models of Argument

September 9th - 12th 2014

Accepted Papers

Full papers

Richard Booth, Martin Caminada, Paul Dunne, Mikolaj Podlaszewski and Iyad Rahwan Complexity Properties of Critical Sets of Arguments
Ofer Arieli and Tjitze Reinstra Preferential Reasoning Based On Abstract Argumentation Semantics
Ofer Arieli and Christian Strasser Dynamic Derivations for Sequent-Based Logical Argumentation
Anthony Hunter and Matthias Thimm Probabilistic Argument Graphs for Argumentation Lotteries
Chiaki Sakama Counterfactual Reasoning in Argumentation Frameworks
Diana Grooters and Henry Prakken Combining Paraconsistent Logic with Argumentation
Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon Taking the Long View: Looking Ahead in Practical Reasoning
Martin Caminada, Sanjay Modgil and Nir Oren Preferences and Unrestricted Rebut
Pietro Baroni, Massimiliano Giacomin and Paolo Vicig On Rationality Conditions for Epistemic Probabilities in Abstract Argumentation
Katarzyna Budzynska, Andrea Rocci and Olena Yaskorska Financial Dialogue Games: A Protocol for Earnings Conference Calls
Bart Verheij Arguments and Their Strength: Revisiting Pollock's Anti-Probabilistic Starting Points
Sarah Alice Gaggl and Hannes Strass Decomposing Abstract Dialectical Frameworks
Antonis Kakas, Francesca Toni and Paolo Mancarella Argumentation Logic
Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Mauro Vallati Algorithm Selection for Preferred Extensions Enumeration
Wolfgang Dvorak, Thomas Linsbichler, Emilia Oikarinen and Stefan Woltran Resolution-based grounded semantics revisited
Martin Diller, Johannes Peter Wallner and Stefan Woltran Reasoning in Abstract Dialectical Frameworks Using Quantified Boolean Formulas
Floris Bex, John Lawrence and Chris Reed Generalising argument dialogue with the Dialogue Game Execution Platform
Thomas Linsbichler Splitting Abstract Dialectical Frameworks
Irene-Anna Diakidoy, Antonis Kakas, Loizos Michael and Rob Miller Story Comprehension through Argumentation
Martin Caminada Strong Admissibility Revisited
Elise Bonzon, Nicolas Maudet and Stefano Moretti Coalitional games for abstract argumentation
Leon van der Torre and Serena Villata An ASPIC-based legal argumentation framework for deontic reasoning
Katarzyna Budzynska, Janier Mathilde, Juyeon Kang, Chris Reed, Saint-Dizier Patrick, Manfred Stede and Olena Yaskorska Towards Argument Mining from Dialogue
Magdalena Kacprzak, Marcin Dziubinski and Katarzyna Budzynska Strategies in Dialogues: A game-theoretic approach

Short Papers

Juyeon Kang and Saint Dizier Patrick A Discourse Grammar for Processing Arguments in Context
Odinaldo Rodrigues and Dov Gabbay A self-correcting iteration schema for argumentation networks
Matthias Thimm and Gabriele Kern-Isberner On Controversiality of Arguments and Stratified Labelings
Paul Dunne and Katie Atkinson Properties of Random VAFs and Implications for Efficient Algorithms
Abdallah Arioua, Nouredine Tamani, Madalina Croitoru and Patrice Buche Query Failure Explanation in Inconsistent Knowledge Bases: An Argumentation Approach
Stefan Ellmauthaler and Hannes Strass The DIAMOND System for Computing with Abstract Dialectical Frameworks
Hajime Sawamura, Jacques Riche and Takeshi Hagiwara Balanced Semantics for Argumentation based on Heider's Socio-Psychological Balance Theory
Floris Bex and Trevor Bench-Capon Understanding and arguing with narratives
Floris Bex An integrated theory of causal scenarios and evidential arguments
Claudia Schulz and Francesca Toni Complete and Semi-Stable Assumption Labellings
Stefano Bistarelli, Fabio Rossi and Francesco Santini Benchmarking Hard Problems in Random Abstract AFs: The Stable Semantics
Seyed Ali Hosseini, Sanjay Modgil and Odinaldo Rodrigues Enthymeme Construction in Dialogues using Shared Knowledge
Isabel Sassoon, Jeroen Keppens and Peter McBurney Towards Argumentation for Statistical Model Selection
Sylwia Polberg and Nir Oren Revisiting Support in Abstract Argumentation Systems
Bas van Gijzel and Henrik Nilsson A principled approach to the implementation of argumentation models
Rolando Medellin, Chris Reed and Vicki Hanson Spoken interaction with broadcast debates
Pierpaolo Dondio Gradual Properties and Uncertainty in Argumentation
Alison Pease, Katarzyna Budzynska, John Lawrence and Chris Reed Lakatos Games for Mathematical Argument


Federico Cerutti, Nir Oren, Hannes Strass, Matthias Thimm and Mauro Vallati A Benchmark Framework for a Computational Argumentation Competition
Elena Cabrio and Serena Villata NoDE: A Benchmark of Natural Language Arguments
Nouredine Tamani, Patricio Mosse, Madalina Croitoru and Patrice Buche Enriching queries using argumentation: an industrial application of argumentation
Hannes Strass Implementing Instantiation of Knowledge Bases in Argumentation Frameworks
Latifa Al-Abdulkarim, Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon Support for Factor Based Argumentation
Joonsuk Park and Claire Cardie A Monological Argumentation Model for Online User Comments
Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Mauro Vallati Generating Challenging Benchmark AFs
Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Mauro Vallati ArgSemSAT: Solving Argumentation Problems Using SAT
Rolando Medellin, Chris Reed and Vicki Hanson Connecting sentiment analysis of speech with the Argument Web
Jann Muller and Anthony Hunter Deepflow: Using argument schemes to query relational databases
Marie-Christine Lagasquie, Sylvie Doutre and Claudette Cayrol Grafix: a tool for abstract argumentation
Lucas Carstens, Francesca Toni and Valentinos Evripidou Argument Mining and Social Debates
Patricio Mosse, Patrice Buche and Madalina Croitoru HYENA: HYbrid knowlEdge reasoNing and representAtion
Isabelle Mirbel and Serena Villata An Argumentation-based Support System for Requirements Reconciliation
Yutaka Oomidou, Hajime Sawamura and Jacques Riche Asynchronous Argumentation System PIRIKA for Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere with the Balanced Semantics
Mathilde Janier, John Lawrence and Chris Reed OVA+: an Argument Analysis Interface
Sjoerd Timmer, John-Jules Ch. Meyer, Henry Prakken, Silja Renooij and Bart Verheij A Tool for the Generation of Arguments from Bayesian Networks
John Lawrence and Chris Reed AIFdb Corpora
Alice Toniolo, Timothy Dropps, Robin Wentao Ouyang, John A. Allen, Daniel P. Johnson, Timothy Norman, Nir Oren and Mani Srivastava Argumentation-based collaborative intelligence analysis in CISpaces
Christian Voigt Using argumentation software in philosophy, policy advice and public deliberation -- Some lessons learned and a new prototype
Thomas Gordon A Demonstration of the MARKOS License Analyzer