Publications in Scientific Journals:

G. Brewka, S. Polberg, S. Woltran:
"Generalizations of Dung Frameworks and Their Role in Formal Argumentation";
IEEE Intelligent Systems, 29 (2014), 1; 30 - 38.

English abstract:
This article provides a short survey of some of the most popular abstract argumentation frameworks available today. The authors present the general idea of abstract argumentation, highlighting the role of abstract frameworks in the argumentation process, and review the original Dung frameworks and their semantics. A discussion of generalizations of these frameworks follows, focusing on structures taking preferences and values into account and approaches in which not only attack but also support relations can be modeled. Finally, the authors review the concept of abstract dialectical frameworks, one of the most general systems for abstract argumentation providing a flexible, principled representation of arbitrary argument relations.

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