Argumentation-based decision making in ambient intelligence environments

By Marreiros, G.; Santos, R.; Novais, P.; Machado, J.; Ramos, C.; Neves, J.; B

Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)



In Group Decision Making argumentation has a crucial role; we have a set of participants, with different points of view that exchange ideas or engage in a process of argumentation and counter-argumentation, negotiate, cooperate, collaborate or even discuss techniques and/or methodologies for problem solving. In this paper we propose an argumentation-based system, where intelligent agents simulates the behaviour of individuals as members of a group in a decision making process. Our agents operate in ambience intelligent environments and behave depending on rational and emotional factors.


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