INVESTIGADORES
BODANZA Gustavo Adrian
artículos
Título:
Local logics, non-monotonicity and defeasible argumentation
Autor/es:
BODANZA, GUSTAVO A.; TOHMÉ, FERNANDO A.
Revista:
JOURNAL OF LOGIC, LANGUAGE AND INFORMATION
Editorial:
Springer
Referencias:
Año: 2005 vol. 14 p. 1 - 1
ISSN:
0925-8531
Resumen:
In this paper we present an embedding of abstract argumentation systems into the framework of Barwise and Seligman’s logic of information flow.We show that, taking P.M. Dung’s characterization of argument systems, a local logic over states of a deliberation may be constructed. In this structure, the key feature of non-monotonicity of commonsense reasoning obtains as the transition from one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions of Barwise and Seligman’s logic of information flow.We show that, taking P.M. Dung’s characterization of argument systems, a local logic over states of a deliberation may be constructed. In this structure, the key feature of non-monotonicity of commonsense reasoning obtains as the transition from one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions of Barwise and Seligman’s logic of information flow.We show that, taking P.M. Dung’s characterization of argument systems, a local logic over states of a deliberation may be constructed. In this structure, the key feature of non-monotonicity of commonsense reasoning obtains as the transition from one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions of Barwise and Seligman’s logic of information flow.We show that, taking P.M. Dung’s characterization of argument systems, a local logic over states of a deliberation may be constructed. In this structure, the key feature of non-monotonicity of commonsense reasoning obtains as the transition from one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions of Barwise and Seligman’s logic of information flow.We show that, taking P.M. Dung’s characterization of argument systems, a local logic over states of a deliberation may be constructed. In this structure, the key feature of non-monotonicity of commonsense reasoning obtains as the transition from one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions one local logic to another, due to a change in certain background conditions. Each of Dung’s extensions of argument systems leads to a corresponding ordering of background conditions. The relations among extensions becomes a relation among partial orderings of background conditions. This introduces a conceptual innovation in Barwise and Seligman’s representation of commonsense reasoning.