Abstract of FKI-253-06
Title: Using Semantic Web Languages in Argumentation Models
Author: Florian Echtler
Revision-Date: February 2006
Category: Technical Report (Forschungsberichte Künstliche Intelligenz)
Abstract: Recent research has created a multitude of argumentation models
with varying degrees of formality. In this paper, we look at the
feasibility of using semantic web languages like OWL and SWRL
as an unbiased template for developing such models.
We then present the Argumentation Ontology (ArgOn) as an example.
Keywords: Argumentation-based negotiation, argumentation, ontology, semantic web, OWL, SWRL
Size: 9 pages
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