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* [[Meetings.10thMeeting|9th Meeting]]: Will take place at Univ. Paris-Descartes, France (9-11 October 2017). On the 11th of October, we shall have a joint session with the ANR project [[http://ethicaa.org/|ETHICAA]].
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* [[Meetings.10thMeeting|10th Meeting]]: Will take place at Univ. Paris-Descartes, France (9-11 October 2017). On the 11th of October, we shall have a joint session with the ANR project [[http://ethicaa.org/|ETHICAA]].
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* [[Meetings.9thMeeting|9th Meeting]]: Co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25 April 2017).
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* [[Meetings.10thMeeting|9th Meeting]]: Will take place at Univ. Paris-Descartes, France (9-11 October 2017). On the 11th of October, we shall have a joint session with the ANR project [[http://ethicaa.org/|ETHICAA]].
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Meeting co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December 2016).
* [[Meetings.7thMeeting|7th Meeting]]: extra Fall meeting took place in Montpellier (13-14 October 2016).
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* The CoQuiAAS tool is available for download. Checkout the dedicated webpage: [[http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr/coquiaas/]]
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* Diffusion of our research: Sylvie Doutre and Jean-Guy Mailly will give a joint lecture at the 19th European Agent Systems Summer School ([[http://easss2017.ipipan.waw.pl/| EASSS 2017]]), on the topic ''Constraints and Changes in Argumentation: State of the Art and Challenges of Argumentation Dynamics''.
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Meeting co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December).
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Meeting co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December 2016).
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* 9th Meeting: Co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25 April 2017).
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* [[Meetings.9thMeeting|9th Meeting]]: Co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25 April 2017).
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* 9th Meeting: Co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25th April 2017).
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* 9th Meeting: Co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25 April 2017).
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* 9th Meeting: Co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25th April 2017).
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* [[Meetings.9thMeeting|9th Meeting]]: Meeting co-located with the  [[http://www.cimi.univ-toulouse.fr/aald/en/workshop-decision-making| Workshop on Decision Making]] in Toulouse, France (25th April 2017).
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Our next project meeting will be co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], to take place in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December).
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Meeting co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December).
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Our next project will be co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], to take place in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December).
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Our next project meeting will be co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], to take place in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December).
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* AMANDE paper wins best paper prize at AAMAS-2016!, see [[http://sis.smu.edu.sg/aamas2016?itemid=671| here]]
* CoQuiAas wins first place at the %newwin%[[http://argumentationcompetition.org/2015/ | First International Competition on Computational Models of Argumentation ]]!
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* AMANDE paper wins '''best paper prize''' at AAMAS-2016!, see [[http://sis.smu.edu.sg/aamas2016?itemid=671| here]]
* CoQuiAas wins '''first place''' at the %newwin%[[http://argumentationcompetition.org/2015/ | First International Competition on Computational Models of Argumentation ]]!
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* AMANDE paper wins best paper prize at AAMAS-2016!, see [[http:http://sis.smu.edu.sg/aamas2016?itemid=671| here]]
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]: Our next project will be co-located with the [[http://homepages.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/defeasible-reasoning/Argument-Strength-2016.html| Workshop on Argument Strength]], to take place in Bochum, Germany (1st-2nd of December).
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* [[Meetings.6thMeeting|6th Meeting]]: this meeting took place in Montpellier in June 2016. It was co-located with %newwin% [[https://www.supagro.fr/jfpc_jiaf_2016/index_jiaf.php | JIAF-2016]]. 
* [[Meetings.5thMeeting|5th Meeting]]: this meeting took place in Toulouse in January 2016
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* The workshop on Change in Argumentation [[http://www
.cril.univ-artois.fr/changearg/]], co-located with the PhD defense of Jean-Guy Mailly (29--30/09/2015)
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* [[Meetings.8thMeeting|8th Meeting]]:
[[https://www.supagro.fr/jfpc_jiaf_2016/index_jiaf.php | JIAF-2016]].
* [[Meetings.7thMeeting|7th Meeting]]: extra Fall meeting to take place in Montpellier in October 2016
. More information soon.
 
* AMANDE paper wins best paper prize at AAMAS-2016!
[[http:http://sis
.smu.edu.sg/aamas2016?itemid=671]]
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* [[Meetings.6thMeeting|6th Meeting]]: our next meeting is going to take place in Montpellier, from 14 to 17 June 2016, co-located with JIAF-2016. More information coming soon.
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[[Meetings.6thMeeting|6th Meeting]]: our next meeting is going to take place in Montpellier, from 14 to 17 June 2016, co-located with JIAF-2016.
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* [[Meetings.5thMeeting|5th Meeting]]: Our next meeting (January 2016) is going to take place in Toulouse.
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* The CoQuiAas tool is now available for download! Checkout the dedicated webpage: [[http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr/coquiaas/]]
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* CoQuiAas wins first place at the [[http://argumentationcompetition.org/2015/ | First International Competition on Computational Models ofArgumentation ]]!
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* CoQuiAas wins first place at the First International Competition on Computational Argumentation! Details coming soon.
* [[Meetings|5th Meeting]] Our next meeting (January 2016) is going to take place in Toulouse. Information coming soon!
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CoQuiAas tool is now available for dowload! Checkout the dedicated webpage: [[http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr/coquiaas/]]
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* CoQuiAas wins first place at the [[http://argumentationcompetition.org/2015/ | First International Competition on Computational Models ofArgumentation ]]!
* [[Meetings|5th Meeting]] Our next meeting (January 2016) is going to take place in Toulouse.
* The
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* [[Meetings|5th Meeting]] Our next meeting (winter 2015) is going to take place in Toulouse. Information coming soon!
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* The workshop on Change in Argumentation [[http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr/changearg/]], co-located with the PhD defense of Jean-Guy Mailly (29--30/09/2015)
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* [[Meetings|4th Meeting]] (15-17 June 2015): Université Paris-Dauphine. Information coming soon!
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* [[Meetings|5th Meeting]] Our next meeting (winter 2015) is going to take place in Toulouse. Information coming soon!
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* [[Meetings|3rd Meeting]] (14-16 January 2015): CNRS, Délégation Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie, Lille
* [[Meetings|2nd Meeting]] (30 June - 2 July 2014): ILLC, Univ. Amsterdam, co-located with the workshop "Arguing on the Web 2.0"
* [[Meetings|Kick-Off Meeting]] (16-17 Dec 2013): LIP6, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, room 25-26/101
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* [[Meetings|4rd Meeting]] (15-17 June 2015): Université Paris-Dauphine
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!!About AMANDE
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!!AMANDE in a {-nut-} almond shell
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now available to deploy such systems (see last paragraph), we believe there is now an urgent need to work
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now available to deploy such systems, we believe there is now an urgent need to work
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Argumentation is at the heart of deliberation processes since people generally justify their positions and
opinions by arguments. Since the early nineties, argumentation theory is studied in AI. The main limitation
of existing works on argumentation theory is that they are mostly concerned by a unique agent carrying on
an argumentation/deliberation process from its available information (even if some works use the metaphor
of dialectical proofs). Our aim is to define a genuine multilateral theory of argumentation, involving
potentially many agents, where each agent has her own information (arguments, beliefs, goals, etc.). For that
purpose, we will take advantage of different formal tools, especially those developed in economy for
modeling group interaction and decision processes, such as social choice (vote), game theory, and also works
on logical aggregation such as belief merging and judgment aggregation. We will study how to define a
common point of view regarding an argument from a set of argumentation systems. This will require to
develop specific methods, but more importantly to define and study the expected properties of such methods.
Once this notion of rational output will be understood, it will be important to try to distribute the process to
obtain a more realistic debate framework with autonomous agents. Then the questions will be to know
whether such rational output can be reached in the distributed case and which are the obtained rational
properties. We shall also consider individual strategic behaviour (especially in the perspective of
implementing autonomous entities), and we will in particular study if and how an agent can manage to
manipulate the deliberation process. Similarly we shall consider group behaviours and study how coalition of
agents can emerge.


More precisely, our
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An important application with great potential impact is related to debate systems that are emerging on the
we; see for instance %newwin%[[http://idebate.org/debatabase|Debatebase]] and %newwin%[[http://debategraph.org|DebateGraph]]. The success of these platforms in their currrent form seems to suggest that they can
become an important source of information, just as wikipedia is now. For instance, DebateGraph was used to
produce maps for the British newspaper “The Independent” and talk shows on CNN, and is supported by the
White House, the European Commission, and other institutions. These debate systems are still in their
infancy though. For the moment they are mainly interfaces where people can give arguments pro or con a
given issue without any particular processing and evaluation of those arguments. The AMANDE project will
provide automatic reasoning/decision capabilities to these platforms.
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Welcome on the webpage of the AMANDE project (1/Dec/2013 - 30/Nov/2017).
 
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The project is supported by the French National Research Agency ([[http://www.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/en/project-based-funding-to-advance-french-research/|ANR]]) as ANR-13-BS02-004.

The project is also supported by the "Fondation de Recherche pour l'Aéronautique et l'Espace" ([[http://www.fnrae.org/|FRAE]]).

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The project is supported by the French National Research Agency (ANR) as ANR-13-BS02-004. 

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The project is supported by the French National Research Agency ([[http://www.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/en/project-based-funding-to-advance-french-research/|ANR]]) as ANR-13-BS02-004.

The project is also supported by the "Fondation de Recherche pour
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This work benefited from the support of the project AMANDE ANR-13-BS02-0004 of the French National Research Agency (ANR).
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This work benefited from the support of the project AMANDE ANR-13-BS02-0004 of the French National Research Agency (ANR).
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provide automatic reasoning/decision capabilities to these platforms.
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provide automatic reasoning/decision capabilities to these platforms.
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The project is supported by ANR as ANR-13-BS02-004.
The project is also supported by the "Fondation de Recherche pour l'Aéronautique et l'Espace" (FRAE).
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#Support multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to fairly regulate a debate and avoid
manipulation, to assess the status of a given claim, or to emphasize the critical claims put forward so
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#Analyse multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to identify key arguments, the most influential
contributors, or the possible coalitions.
#Enable artificial agents to effectively take part in such deliberations, which raises in addition
questions pertaining to the adequate definitions of strategies for such agents.
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#Support multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to fairly regulate a debate and avoid manipulation, to assess the status of a given claim, or to emphasize the critical claims put forward so far.
#Analyse multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to identify key arguments, the most influential contributors, or the possible coalitions.
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!!About AMANDE

The AMANDE (Advanced Multilateral Argumentation for DEliberation) project aims at providing formal
tools for designing multiparty deliberation systems. The main objective is to define and study the properties
of such systems, so that designers can ensure that users and possibly interacting agents are able to identify
key arguments in a deliberation process, and to fairly defend their view. While the technological tools are
now available to deploy such systems (see last paragraph), we believe there is now an urgent need to work
on the theoretical foundations of such platforms.


Argumentation is at the heart of deliberation processes since people generally justify their positions and
opinions by arguments. Since the early nineties, argumentation theory is studied in AI. The main limitation
of existing works on argumentation theory is that they are mostly concerned by a unique agent carrying on
an argumentation/deliberation process from its available information (even if some works use the metaphor
of dialectical proofs). Our aim is to define a genuine multilateral theory of argumentation, involving
potentially many agents, where each agent has her own information (arguments, beliefs, goals, etc.). For that
purpose, we will take advantage of different formal tools, especially those developed in economy for
modeling group interaction and decision processes, such as social choice (vote), game theory, and also works
on logical aggregation such as belief merging and judgment aggregation. We will study how to define a
common point of view regarding an argument from a set of argumentation systems. This will require to
develop specific methods, but more importantly to define and study the expected properties of such methods.
Once this notion of rational output will be understood, it will be important to try to distribute the process to
obtain a more realistic debate framework with autonomous agents. Then the questions will be to know
whether such rational output can be reached in the distributed case and which are the obtained rational
properties. We shall also consider individual strategic behaviour (especially in the perspective of
implementing autonomous entities), and we will in particular study if and how an agent can manage to
manipulate the deliberation process. Similarly we shall consider group behaviours and study how coalition of
agents can emerge.


More precisely, our main ambition with this project is to provide the theoretical foundations allowing a
designer to :
# Support multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to fairly regulate a debate and avoid
manipulation, to assess the status of a given claim, or to emphasize the critical claims put forward so
far.
# Analyse multiparty deliberation, allowing for instance to identify key arguments, the most influential
contributors, or the possible coalitions.
# Enable artificial agents to effectively take part in such deliberations, which raises in addition
questions pertaining to the adequate definitions of strategies for such agents.


An important application with great potential impact is related to debate systems that are emerging on the
web (see for instance Debatepedia (http://debatepedia.idebate.org/) and DebateGraph
(http://debategraph.org/). The success of these platforms in their currrent form seems to suggest that they can
become an important source of information, just as wikipedia is now. For instance, DebateGraph was used to
produce maps for the British newspaper “The Independent” and talk shows on CNN, and is supported by the
White House, the European Commission, and other institutions. These debate systems are still in their
infancy though. For the moment they are mainly interfaces where people can give arguments pro or con a
given issue without any particular processing and evaluation of those arguments. The AMANDE project will
provide automatic reasoning/decision capabilities to these platforms.
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---> * [[http://www.cril.univ-artois.fr//~mailly/downloads/presentation_amande.pdf|On the Revision of Argumentation Systems: Minimal Change of Arguments Statuses, Jean-Guy Mailly]]
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To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
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