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AI^3 2018 : AI^3 2018: 2nd Workshop on Advances In Argumentation In Artificial Intelligence (DEADLINE Extended to 18th August 2018)

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Link: http://aixia2018.fbk.eu/ai3/
 
When Nov 20, 2018 - Nov 23, 2018
Where Trento, Italy
Submission Deadline Aug 18, 2018
Notification Due Sep 15, 2018
Final Version Due Oct 20, 2018
Categories    artificial intelligence   argumentation theory   reasoning   explainable ai
 

Call For Papers

AI^3 2018: 2nd Workshop on Advances In Argumentation In Artificial Intelligence
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co-located with XVII Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AI*IA 2017)
20-23 November 2018
Trento, Italy
http://aixia2018.fbk.eu/ai3/

== Call For Papers ==

Argumentation is the study of the processes and activities involving the production and exchange of arguments, where arguments are attempts to persuade someone or something by giving reasons for accepting a particular conclusion as evident. As such, argumentation provides procedures for making and explaining decisions and is able to capture diverse kinds of reasoning and dialogue activities in a formal but still intuitive way, enabling the integration of different specific techniques and the development of trustable applications.

For these reasons, over the last two decades formal argumentation has become a main research topic in Artificial Intelligence. Given that the study of argumentation is inherently interdisciplinary, the goal of the workshop is to stimulate discussions and promote scientific collaboration among researchers involved in the field of argumentation from different perspectives, including computational, linguistic, philosophical and psychological aspects. Besides researchers having argumentation as a major research interest, scholars from research fields indirectly related to argumentation (including non-monotonic reasoning, logic programming, linguistics, natural language processing, philosophy and psychology, just to mention a few of them) are particularly welcome, both to discuss foundations and issues in argumentation, and to present challenges and problems for which argumentation may represent a viable AI paradigm.

We invite submissions of the latest research results concerning applications and theory of computational argumentation to the 2nd Workshop on Advances In Argumentation In Artificial Intelligence (AI³ 2018) that will be co-located with the XVII Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AI*IA 2018, http://aixia2018.fbk.eu/ ).

Authors are invited to submit their papers in English of up to 15 single spaced pages for full papers. Shorter works must not exceed 5 pages. All paper submissions will be done electronically, via the EasyChair system at the link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ai31.

The option of organizing a special issue on the journal "Intelligenza Artificiale" (including selected papers subject to a second revision) is under consideration.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Explainable AI with Argumentation
Persuasion systems
Formal, semi-formal and informal models for argumentation
Properties and evaluation of formal models of argumentation
Computational properties of argumentation
Traditional and ranking-based semantics
Instantiations of abstract argumentation frameworks
Implementation of argumentation systems
Relationships amongst different argumentation frameworks
Philosophical theories of argumentation
Argument mining
Argumentation in agent and multi-agent systems
Dialogue based on argumentation
Strategies in argumentation
Decision making based on argumentation
Argumentation-based negotiation
Argumentation, trust and reputation
Argumentation for coordination and coalition formation
Argumentation and other Artificial Intelligence techniques
Argumentation and game theory
Argumentation and probability
Argumentation and fuzzy-logic
Argumentation and narrative
Argumentation and computational linguistics
Argumentation and human-computer interaction
Reasoning about action and time with argumentation
Tools for supporting argumentation
Practical applications of formal models of argumentation
Systems for learning through argument
Argument-based machine learning
Validation and evaluation of applications of argumentation

== Submissions ==

The workshop invites two types of submissions: full papers, possibly already submitted to other conferences or journals, and short papers, which are particularly suitable for presenting work in progress, software prototypes, extended abstracts of doctoral theses, or general overviews of research projects. Authors are invited to submit their papers in English of up to 15 single spaced pages for full papers. Shorter works must not exceed 5 pages. All paper submissions will be done electronically, via the EasyChair system at the link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ai31.

All papers will be peer reviewed and final copies of papers for inclusion to the conference proceedings will be published on CEUR as "CEUR Workshop Proceedings AI*IA Series" (Scopus indexed). Manuscripts should be formatted using the Springer LNCS style (formatting instructions are available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).

The option of organizing a special issue on the journal "Intelligenza Artificiale" (including selected papers subject to a second revision) is under consideration.

For each accepted contribution, at least one of the authors is required to attend the conference and present the paper.

== Important Dates ==

Submission deadline: August, 18th 2018 (EXTENDED)
Notification of Acceptance: September, 15th 2018
Camera-Ready due: October, 20th 2018
Conference and Workshop days: November, 20th-23rd 2018

== Organization ==

General chairs
Pierpaolo Dondio (Dublin Institute of Technology)
Luca Longo (Dublin Institute of Technology)

Program Committee

Giovanvincenzo Alfano (Università della Calabria)
Pietro Baroni (Università di Brescia)
Stefano Bistarelli (Università di Perugia)
Annalina Caputo (ADAPT center, Trinity College Dublin)
Federico Cerutti (University of Cardiff)
Marcello D'Agostino (Università di Milano)
Floriana Esposito (Università di Bari)
Bettina Fazzinga (ICAR-CNR Napoli)
Stefano Ferilli (Università di Bari)
Sergio Flesca (Università della Calabria)
Filippo Furfaro (Università della Calabria)
Massimiliano Giacomin (Università di Brescia)
Sergio Greco (Università della Calabria)
Marco Lippi (Università degli study di Modena e Reggio Emilia )
Fabrizio Macagno (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Marco Maratea (Università di Genova)
Andrea Pazienza (Università di Bari)
Francesco Santini (Università di Perugia)
Paolo Torroni (Università di Bologna)
Mauro Vallati (University of Huddersfield)
Serena Villata (Université Cote dAzur, Inria, CNRS, I3S)

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