Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

J. Fichte, M. Hecher, A. Meier:
"Counting Complexity for Reasoning in Abstract Argumentation";
Talk: AAAI 2019 - 33rd Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Honolulu, Hawaii; 2019-01-27 - 2019-02-01; in: "The Thirty-Third {AAAI} Conference on Artificial Intelligence, {AAAI} 2019, The Thirty-First Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, {IAAI} 2019, The Ninth {AAAI} Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence, {EAAI} 2019", (2019), ISBN: 978-1-57735-809-1; 2827 - 2834.

English abstract:
In this paper, we consider counting and projected model counting of extensions in abstract argumentation for various semantics. When asking for projected counts we are interested in counting the number of extensions of a given argumentation framework while multiple extensions that are identical when restricted to the projected arguments count as only one projected extension. We establish classical complexity results and parameterized complexity results when the problems are parameterized by treewidth of the undirected argumentation graph. To obtain upper bounds for counting projected extensions, we introduce novel algorithms that exploit small treewidth of the undirected argumentation graph of the input instance by dynamic programming (DP). Our algorithms run in time double or triple exponential in the treewidth depending on the considered semantics. Finally, we take the exponential time hypothesis (ETH) into account and establish lower bounds of bounded treewidth algorithms for counting extensions and projected extension.

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