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Project: New Methods for Analyzing, Comparing, and Solving Argumentation Problems

(supported by the Wiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds WWTF under grant ICT 08-028)


Archive

Paper accepted for ASPOCP 2012

06.08.2012

Best Student Papers

14.06.2012
We are happy to announce that two of our papers have been awarded:
Distinguished Student Paper Prize (KR'12) Best Student Paper Award (NMR'12)
A short report has been posted on our faculty web-page (in german): http://www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/633.

Paper accepted for SUM 2012

06.06.2012

System description accepted for PoS 2012

29.05.2012

A system description of the CEGARTIX-system has been accepted for presentation at the PoS 2012 workshop.

Papers accepted for COMMA 2012

23.05.2012

Paper accepted for NMR 2012

27.04.2012

Three Journal Papers online

27.04.2012

Paper accepted for KR 2012

12.2.2012
We are happy to report the following paper has been accepted for KR 2012:

Jounal Paper published

20.12.2011
Nadia Creignou, Johannes Schmidt, Michael Thomas and Stefan Woltran.
Complexity of logic-based argumentation in Post's framework.
Argument & Computation, 2:2-3,107-129 [ paper at Taylor & Francis Online ]

Pictures of INAP

The Pictures of the INAP-Conference (and of our presentations there [34,35]) are online and can be found here and here.

Jounal Paper published

22.08.2011
Wolfgang Dvořák, and Stefan Woltran. On the Intertranslatability of Argumentation Semantics. In Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 41 (2011): 445-475. [ paper ]

Jounal Paper published

16.08.2011
Emilia Oikarinen, and Stefan Woltran. Characterizing strong equivalence for argumentation frameworks. In Artificial Intelligence, 175 (14-15): 1985-2009 (2011)

Accepted Papers at INAP 2011

16.08.2011

We are happy to report that we have two papers accepted at the 19th International Conference on Applications of Declarative Programming and Knowledge Management.

New argumentation system available

20.06.2011
dynPARTIX, an abstract argumentation system based on tree decompositions and dynamic programming is now available on its webpage.

Accepted Paper at TAFA-2011

06.05.2011
Wolfgang Dvořák. On the Complexity of Computing the Justification Status of an Argument. (TAFA-11)

New team member

01.05.2011
Johannes Wallner joined the project

Accepted Papers at IJCAI 2011 and ECSQARU 2011

04.04.2011

We are happy to report that we have three accepted papers at IJCAI 2011 and ECSQARU 2011, namely

Paper published

04.04.2011

Argumentation Christmas Meeting in Vienna

16.12.2010
© www.meinwienheute.at

On 7th and 8th of December 2010, Gerd Brewka, Stefan Szeider and Stefan Woltran organized a Mini-Workshop ("Argumentation Christmas Meeting") at the Vienna University of Technology, considered as a forum for researchers in the field of argumentation to interchange ideas and present novel or ongoing work. Participants were: Ringo Baumann, Gerd Brewka, Martin Caminada, Wolfgang Dvorak, Sarah Gaggl, Sanjay Modgil, Emilia Oikarinen, Stefan Szeider, Serena Villata and Stefan Woltran.

Best Student Paper Award

13.09.2010

Sarah Gaggl received the "Best Student Paper Award" for co-authoring and presenting the paper

at COMMA 2010 (sponsored by Taylor & Francis). See also http://www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/364.

ASPARTIX Conquers the Web

07.06.2010

The web-paltform of ASPARTIX is now available online.
Visit http://rull.dbai.tuwien.ac.at:8080/ASPARTIX to see the web application.

System Demonstration

09.09.2010
We give a system demonstration of the web-platform of ASPARTIX at the COMMA 2010 in Desenzano del Garda, Italy, 8th-10th September 2010.

Two Accepted Papers at COMMA 2010

07.06.2010

We are happy to report that we have two accepted papers at COMMA 2010, namely

Two Journal Papers Accepted for Publication

04.05.2010

Recently two journal papers have been accepted for publication, namely:

Three Accepted Papers at KR 2010

26.01.2010

We are happy to report that we have three accepted papers at KR 2010, namely

Argumentation Christmas Meeting in Leipzig

09.12.2009

On 3rd and 4th of December 2009, Gerd Brewka and Stefan Woltran organized a Mini-Workshop ("Argumentation Christmas Meeting") at the University of Leipzig, considered as a forum for researchers in the field of argumentation to interchange ideas and present novel or ongoing work. Participants were: Leila Amgoud, Tony Hunter, Tom Gordon, and Henry Prakken.

Nomination for the "Wiener Zukunftspreis 2009"

Our project has been nominated for the "Wiener Zukunftspreis 2009" under the category "Startups and Newcomer".
Every year the city of Vienna together with the newspaper "News" awards the "Wiener Zukunftspreis" to scientists and creative projects of Vienna.

["News" Nr. 35/09, 27.08.2009]

Interview of Stefan Woltran in "derStandard.at"

http://derstandard.at/?url=/?id=1234508562546

[04.03.2009]


Notification of ICT Call 2008 on "www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at"

http://www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at/aktuelles/129

[12.11.2008]


Notification of ICT Call 2008 on "wien.at"

http://www.wien.gv.at/vtx/rk?DATUM=20081118&SEITE=020081118018

[18.11.2008]


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