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By Madalina Croitoru, Pierre Marquis, Sebastian Rudolph, Gem Stapleton

This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-conference court cases of the 4th overseas Workshop on Graph buildings for wisdom illustration and Reasoning, GKR 2015, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in July 2015, linked to IJCAI 2015, the twenty fourth foreign Joint convention on synthetic Intelligence. The nine revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 10 submissions. The papers characteristic present examine taken with the advance and alertness of graph-based wisdom illustration formalisms and reasoning options. They deal with the next subject matters: argumentation; conceptual graphs; RDF; and representations of constraint pride problems.

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We also explore an extreme version of uncertainty removal where all dynamic edges are removed, leaving only static edges. 5 Experimentation The environment is generated pseudo-randomly: there is a randomly generated component and some predefined relational structure. The environment we use for experimentation is a grid world, where cells are locations, there are agents and instances in cells and there are arbitrarily many connections between locations. The generation of E is parametrised by a vector Nm where each parameter is used to specifying the number of vertices in the generated graph.

1) is an instance of Abstract Argumentation and both Bipolar Abstract Argumentation [8] (see also Sect. 1) and Value-Based Argumentation [5] (see also Sect. 1) are extensions of Abstract Argumentation. 34 L. Carstens et al. Fig. 2. Example bipolar argumentation framework (− stands for attack, + stands for support, see Sect. 1) 3 Bipolar Abstract Argumentation and Q&A-Based Decision-Making We first give some background in Bipolar Abstract Argumentation (Sect. com, Sect. 2) and Q&A-based decision-making in engineering design (Sect.

Vexit: to exit the Wumpus World. Let A1shoot and A2shoot promote Vsafe, A2left promote Vexit and A2pick promote Vmoney. Also, as an example, suppose that Vmoney >v Vsafe >v Vexit (for >v , see Sect. 1). We can then simplify the AF in Fig. 6(a) by eliminating all attacks pointing to arguments promoting higher ranked values from arguments promoting lower ranked values. The simplified AF (AF − ) is given in Fig. 6(b). We can see that {A1shoot, A2pick} is the maximal (with respect to ⊆) admissible extension for AF − , indicating that Ag1 should perform shoot left and Ag2 should perform pickup.

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