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TitleIntroducing dynamic argumentation to UbiGDSS
Author(s)Carneiro, João
Martinho, Diogo
Marreiros, Goreti
Novais, Paulo
Automatic negotiation
Multi-agent systems
Issue date2016
JournalAdvances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
CitationCarneiro J., Martinho D., Marreiros G., Novais P., Introducing Dynamic Argumentation to UbiGDSS, Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence, 13th International Conference (DCAI2016), Springer - Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Sigeru Omatu et al. (Eds), ISBN 9783319401614, ISSN 2194-5357, pp 471-479, 2016.
Abstract(s)Supporting and representing the group decision-making process is a complex task that requires very specific characteristics. The current existing argumentation models cannot make good use of all the advantages inherent to group decision-making. There is no monitoring of the process or the possibility to provide dynamism to it. These issues can compromise the success of Group Decision Support Systems if those systems are not able to provide freedom and all necessary mechanisms to the decision-maker. We investigate the use of argumentation in a completely new perspective that will allow for a mutual understanding between agents and decision-makers. Besides this, our proposal allows to define an agent not only according to the preferences of the decision-maker but also according to his interests towards the decision-making process. We show that our definition respects the requirements that are essential for groups to interact without limitations and that can take advantage of those interactions to create valuable knowledge to support more and better.
TypeConference paper
Publisher version
AccessOpen access
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