By Douglas Walton (auth.), Peter McBurney, Iyad Rahwan, Simon Parsons, Nicolas Maudet (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the completely refereed complaints of the sixth foreign Workshop on Argumentation in Multi-Agent structures, held in Budapest, Hungary, in may possibly 2009, in organization with the eighth overseas convention on self sustaining brokers and Multi-Agent structures (AAMAS 2009). The 18 revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions and are prepared in 4 topical sections on useful reasoning and argument approximately motion; persuasion and negotiation; argumentation concept; and purposes and feelings.

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Statement does Not Hold Initially (NHI ) ◦ Preconditions: Φ(S0 ) ∈ Hvk−1 ◦ Argument: {Φ1 (S0 ), . . , Φn (S0 )} ¬Φ(S0 ) Situation-less Statement does Not Hold arguments explain why a statement regarding non-fluent facts is not correct. The justification is based on other nonfluent formulae. Situation-less Statement does Not Hold (NH ) ◦ Preconditions: Φ ∈ Hvk−1 ◦ Argument: {Φ1 , Φ2 , . . , Φn } ¬Φ Invalid Successor State axiom arguments can be used to attack statements regarding the effects of actions.

We also show that it is easy to integrate our argument moves with conventional belief argumentation protocols, and discuss useful properties of the resulting framework for reasoning about plans. An overview of the process is described in Figure 1. In this paper we do not focus on the process of planning itself, but on how structured argumentation-based dialogue can be employed as the means for identification of disagreements regarding plans. The paper advances the state-of-the-art in multiagent planning in two ways.

P for n ≥ 0, where p1 , . . -A. Matt, F. R. Vaccari – A ⊆ L, referred to as the set of assumptions – C : A → L, referred to as the contrary mapping As in [13,10], we will restrict attention to flat ABA frameworks, such that if n ∈ R for any n ≥ 0. p l Arguments are deductions of conclusions supported by assumptions. Arguments can be represented as trees having conclusions as their roots and assumptions as their leaves [14]. These trees can be computed in a forward or backward manner. If computed backwards, an argument A p with conclusion p ∈ L and supported by the set of assumptions A ⊆ A is a finite sequence of multisets of sentences S1 , .

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