Publications

In reverse chronological order:

2017

  • Gordon, Thomas F. (2017). Towards Requirements Analysis for Formal Argumentation. In (Baroni, Pietro and Gabbay, Dov and Giacomin, Massimiliano and van der Torre, Leendart, Eds.) Handbook of Formal Argumentation. In press. College Publications.

  • Walton, Douglas and Gordon, Thomas F. (2017). Argument Invention with the Carneades Argumentation System. Script-Ed, 14(2), in press.

  • Walton, Douglas and Gordon, Thomas F. (2017). How Computational Tools Can Help Rhetoric and Informal Logic with Argument Invention. Argumentation, in press.

  • Gordon, Thomas F. (2017). Arguing about Open Source Licensing Issues on the Web. In (Paglieri, Fabio and Reed, Chris, Eds.), Arguing on the Web: Theory, Analysis, and Applications. In press. College Publications.

  • Gordon, Thomas F. and Friederich, Horst and Walton, Douglas (2017). Representing Argumentation Schemes with Constraint Handling Rules (CHR). Argument and Computation, under review.

  • Gordon, Thomas F. (2017). Defining argument weighing functions. IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications, under review.

  • Walton, Douglas and Gordon, Thomas F. (2017). Cumulative Arguments in Artificial Intelligence and Informal Logic. Revista de Argumentacion, (14), 1-28.

2016

  • Gordon, Thomas F. and Walton, Douglas (2016). Formalizing Balancing Arguments. Proceedings of the 2016 conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2016) (pp. 327-338): IOS Press. Note: This version corrects an error in Definition 7 (Applicable Argument). The conference proceedings includes the uncorrected verson.

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2014

2013

  • Gordon, T. F. (2013). Structured Consultation with Argument Graphs. In K. Atkinson, H. Prakken & A. Wyner (ed.), From Knowledge Representation to Argumentation in AI, Law and Policy Making (pp. 115–134). College Publications.
  • Gordon, T. F. (2013), Introducing the Carneades Web Application, in ‘Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2013)‘, ACM Press, pp. 243–244.

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1997

  • Gordon, Thomas F., and Nikos Karacapilidis. “The Zeno Argumentation Framework.” Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. Melbourne, Austrailia, 1997. 10-18.

1996

  • Gordon, Thomas F. “Computational Dialectics.” Computers as Assistants - A New Generation of Support Systems. Ed. Peter Hoschka: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1996. 186-203.
  • Brewka, Gerhard, and Thomas F. Gordon. “Proceedings of the FAPR-96 Workshop on Computational Dialectics.” (1996).

1995

  • Brewka, Gerhard, Thomas F. Gordon, and Nikos Karacapilidis. “Mediating Systems for Group Decision Making: the Zeno System.” KI-95 Workshop on Computational Dialectics: Models of Argumentation, Negotiation and Decision Making, 1995.
  • Karacapilidis, Nikos I., and Thomas F. Gordon. “Dialectical Planning.” Proceedings of 14th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-95); Workshop on Intelligent Manufacturing Systems,. Montreal, Canada, 1995. 239-50.
  • Gordon, Thomas F. The Pleadings Game; an Artificial Intelligence Model of Procedural Justice. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1995.

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