Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

S. Polberg:
"Intertranslatability of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks";
Talk: Cardiff Argumentation Forum, Cardiff; 2016-07-06 - 2016-07-07; in: "Cardiff Argumentation Forum", (2016), 3 pages.

English abstract:
Abstract argumentation is a rich research subfield of AI and till today, numerous frameworks for it have been proposed. It is thus natural to ask whether one can translate between these structures, and what are the price and consequences of undergoing this process. Although every study explains how a given structure relates to the cornerstone of abstract argumentation - Dung´s framework - there are less results available concerning the connections between more advanced formalisms. Moreover, the existing research is not particularly systematized or classified in a way that would clearly show us the properties of a given transformation. In our work, we address these issues by creating an in-depth compendium on the intertranslatability of argumentation frameworks, describing approximately eighty translations. Furthermore, we provide a system for analyzing a given transformation in terms of its functional, syntactical, semantical and computational properties and the underlying methodology.

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