A. Vassiliades, Th. Patkos, A. Bikakis, G. Flouris, N. Bassiliades, D. Plexousakis, "Preliminary Notions of Arguments from Commonsense Knowledge", Proc. 11th Helenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SETN 2020), Sep 2-4, 2020, ACM, pp. 211–214.
Author(s): A. Vassiliades, Th. Patkos, A. Bikakis, G. Flouris, N. Bassiliades, D. Plexousakis
Keywords: Theory of computation: Automated reasoning; Mathematics of computing: Solvers
Abstract: The field of Computational Argumentation is well-tailored to approach commonsense reasoning, due to its ability to model contradictory information. In this paper, we present preliminary work on how an argumentation framework can explicitly model commonsense knowledge, both at a logically structured and at an abstract level. We discuss the correlation with current research and present interesting future directions.
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