|Call for Papers|
Argumentation is an important and exciting research topic that cuts across a variety of disciplines: Philosophy, Psychology, Communications Studies and Computer Science, in particular Artificial Intelligence. In spite of the wide range of disciplines interested in Argumentation, scientific communities tend to be organized along disciplinary boundaries, with only moderate integration occurring between computational models and philosophical theories of Argumentation. This workshop aims to rectify this situation, bringing together people from various disciplines (most notably, Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, and Psychology) and asking them to compare their methods and results in the study of Argumentation.
Topics of interest
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Accepted papers will be made available via the workshop web-site and published in the AI*IA Symposium Proceedings. Furthermore, the possibility of publishing an extended version of selected accepted papers in a special issue of a journal is under consideration by the organising committee of the workshop.
Instructions for camera-ready submission
Papers should be written in English or Italian and not exceed 8 pages, including references.
All papers should be prepared in the AAAI style. Please prepare your paper using the template in DOC format (available here: http://www.ece.eps.hw.ac.uk/~ceeyrp/PlanSIG/aaai.doc.zip) or LaTeX style sheet (available here: http://www.ece.eps.hw.ac.uk/~ceeyrp/PlanSIG/aaai.sty.zip), just remove the AAAI copyright.
Workshop Chair: Massimiliano Giacomin (University of Brescia)
The program is now published. You can download the pdf version here.
- "Argumentation-Based Decision Making and Structural Models of Personality", Pietro Baroni, Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Giovanni Guida
- "Finding Partitions of Arguments with Dung's Properties via SCSPs", Stefano Bistarelli, Paola Campli and Francesco Santini
- "Preferred Semantics as Socratic Discussion", Martin Caminada
- "Argomentazioni Diagnostiche, Teorie Cognitive della Categorizzazione e Sistemi di Classificazione Automatica", Francesco Gagliardi
- "Mapping iota-Answer Sets with Maximal Conflict-free Sets of Arguments", Farid Nouioua and Vincent Risch
- "Choosing to argue: towards a theory of argumentative decision-making", Fabio Paglieri
- "Arguments against the Troll (position paper)", Paolo Torroni, Marco Prandini, Marco Ramilli, Joao Leite and Joao Martins
- "Arguing about Trust in Multiagent Systems", Serena Villata, Guido Boella, Dov M. Gabbay and Leendert van der Torre
- "Violating argumentation rules: overt and subtle strategies to silence one's opponent", Laura Vincze
Please refer to AI*IA 2010 website for registration.