Testing formal dialectic

Simon Wells, Chris Reed

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    Abstract

    Systems of argumentation or 'computational dialectic' are emerging as a powerful means of structuring inter-agent communication in multi-agent systems. Individual systems of computational dialectic have been suggested and implemented to tackle specific problems but no comprehensive and comparative assessment has been made of such systems. This paper introduces ScenarioGC0 , a framework for the implementation and testing of a wide range of computational dialectic systems. ScenarioGC0 has a range of benefits for both theoretical and practical work in computational dialectics, including: a means to test arbitrary dialectic systems using a unified knowledge base; a means to determine standard metrics by which dialectic systems can be measured and compared; enabling a body of example dialogue to be assembled for each dialectic system to demonstrate their qualities.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationArgumentation in multi-agent systems
    Subtitle of host publicationSecond International Workshop, ArgMAS 2005, Utrecht, Netherlands, July 26, 2005, Revised Selected and Invited Papers
    EditorsSimon Parsons, Nicolas Maudet, Pavlos Moraitis, Iyad Rahwan
    Place of PublicationBerlin and New York
    PublisherSpringer
    Pages74-87
    Number of pages14
    Volume4049 LNCS
    ISBN (Electronic)9783540363569
    ISBN (Print)9783540363552
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2006

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    Wells, S., & Reed, C. (2006). Testing formal dialectic. In S. Parsons, N. Maudet, P. Moraitis, & I. Rahwan (Eds.), Argumentation in multi-agent systems: Second International Workshop, ArgMAS 2005, Utrecht, Netherlands, July 26, 2005, Revised Selected and Invited Papers (Vol. 4049 LNCS, pp. 74-87). Springer . https://doi.org/10.1007/11794578_5