CMNA VI - Riva del Garda

Monday, 28 August 2006


A highly successful edition, CMNA VI was held as a two day event with ECAI 2006, in Riva del Garda, Trento, Italy.

A captivating invited speech was delivered by John Fox, Advanced Computation Laboratory, Cancer Research UK

Accepted papers were:

(the full proceedings volume can be downloaded here):

Argumentative Reasoning Patterns, Fabrizio Macagno and Douglas Walton

Promises and Threats in Persuasion, Marco Guerini and Cristiano Castelfranchi 

The Carneades Argumentation Framework - Using Presumptions and Exceptions to Model Critical Questions, Thomas F. Gordon and Douglas Walton

Knowing when to bargain: The roles of negotiation and persuasion in dialogue, Simon Wells and Chris Reed

Argumentation-based Decision Support in Naval Command and Control, Hengameh Irandoust and Abder Rezak Benaskeur

A critical review of argument visualization tools: do users become better reasoners? Susan W. van den Braak, Herre van Oostendorp, Henry Prakken, and Gerard A.W. Vreeswijk

Agent-based Argumentation for Ontology Alignments, Loredana Laera, Valentina Tamma, Trevor Bench-Capon, and Jérôme Euzenat

Representing and Querying Arguments in RDF, Iyad Rahwan, and P. V. Sakeer

A knowledge representation architecture for the construction of stories based on interpretation and evidence, Susan W. van den Braak and Gerard A.W. Vreeswijk 

Towards a Formal Argumentation-based Model for Procedural Texts, Leila Amgoud, Farida Aouladomar and Patrick Saint-Dizier 

Dialectical text planning, Rodger Kibble

Argumentation in Negotiation Dialogues: Analysis of the Estonian Dialogue Corpus, Mare Koit 

Argument Understanding and Argument Choice - A Case Study, Helmut Horacek 

A Utility and Information Based Heuristic for Argumentation, Nir Oren, Timothy J. Norman and Alun Preece

A formal framework for inter-agents dialogue to reach an agreement about a representation, Maxime Morge, Yann Secq and Jean-Christophe Routier