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Agent-based agreement over concept meaning using contrast sets

AuthorsAdrian, Kemo ; Plaza, Enric
KeywordsShared semantics
Multiagent systems
Agreement technologies
Argumentation-based communication
Two agents
Semiotic triangle
Common sense
Modeling concepts
Mutual adaptation
Issue Date2015
PublisherIOS Press
CitationArtificial Intelligence Research and Development: Proc. 18th Catalan Conference on Artificial Intelligence: 19- 28 (2015)
AbstractWe develop a model for 2 agents to reach agreement over concept meaning in specific contexts. The model is based on an argumentation-based communication that engage the agents in a process of mutual adaptation using argumentation to reach an agreement over concept meaning. Our approach is to model concept meaning using the semiotic triangle and the notion of contrast sets. We implement and evaluate present three common sense scenarios where two agents argue and reach agreements over the contextual meaning of concepts. © 2015 The authors and IOS Press. All rights reserved
Identifiersdoi: 10.3233/978-1-61499-578-4-19
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