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Fandinno - https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3917-8717
Theory and Practice of Logic Programming
In this work, we show that both logic programming and abstract argumentation frameworks can be interpreted in terms of Nelson’s constructive logic N4. We do so by formalising, in this logic, two principles that we call noncontradictory inference and strengthened closed world assumption: the first states that no belief can be held based on contradictory evidence while the latter forces both unknown and contradictory evidence to be regarded as false. Using these principles, both logic programming and abstract argumentation frameworks are translated into constructive logic in a modular way and using the object language. Logic programming implication and abstract argumentation supports become, in the translation, a new implication connective following the noncontradictory inference principle. Attacks are then represented by combining this new implication with strong negation. Under consideration in Theory and Practice of Logic Programming (TPLP).
Fandinno, Jorge and FARIÑAS DEL CERRO, LUIS, "Abstract Argumentation and Answer Set Programming: Two Faces of Nelson’s Logic" (2022). Computer Science Faculty Publications. 82.
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