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Undercut and attack relations are found by comparing the ‘conclusion vs. conclusion’ and ‘conclusion vs. beliefs’ (and vice versa) between two diﬀerent arguments. The operation of comparison is done in the argumentation component with the check/4 predicate. Each argument has to be compared with the others to ﬁnd all the relations; if we have N arguments 2 we have to do ≈ N i=0 N comparisons. At the end of this process, tracing the attack(from,to) and undercut(from,to) we obtain a defeat graph where the relations are the arcs and the arguments are the nodes, according to Dung .
Basic bargaining protocol Bargaining Protocol 1 (BP1): Agents start with resource allocation Λ0 at time t = 0 At each time t > 0: 1. propose(i, δ t ): Agent i proposes to j deal δ t = (Λ0 , Λt , pt ) which has not been proposed before; 2. Agent j either: (a) accept(j, δ t ): accepts, and negotiation terminates with allocation Λt and payment pt ; or (b) reject(j, δ t ): rejects, and negotiation terminates with allocation Λ0 and no payment; or (c) makes a counter proposal by going to step 1 at the time step t + 1 with the roles of agents i and j swapped.
Towards interest-based negotiation. , Yokoo, M. ) Proceedings of the 2nd International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2003), pp. 773–780. ACM Press, New York (2003) Co-argumentation Artifact for Agent Societies Enrico Oliva1 , Peter McBurney2 , and Andrea Omicini1 1 Alma Mater Studiorum–Universit` a di Bologna, Cesena, Italy 2 University of Liverpool, Liverpool L69 3BX UK Abstract. In a social context, people have only partial knowledge about the world and use arguments in order to solve problems, to reduce conﬂicts, or to exchange information.
Argumentation in Multi-Agent Systems: 4th International Workshop, ArgMAS 2007, Honolulu, HI, USA, May 15, 2007, Revised Selected and Invited Papers by Leila Amgoud, Yannis Dimopoulos, Pavlos Moraitis (auth.), Iyad Rahwan, Simon Parsons, Chris Reed (eds.)