Markus Ulbricht 0001

22 publications

6 venues

H Index 7

Name Venue Year citations
Defining Defense and Defeat in Abstract Argumentation From Scratch - A Generalizing Approach. KR 2022 1
Equivalence in Argumentation Frameworks with a Claim-Centric View - Classical Results with Novel Ingredients. AAAI 2022 1
Rediscovering Argumentation Principles Utilizing Collective Attacks. KR 2022 2
Shedding new light on the foundations of abstract argumentation: Modularization and weak admissibility. Artificial Intelligence 2022 0
On Dynamics in Structured Argumentation Formalisms. KR 2022 0
Recursion in Abstract Argumentation is Hard - On the Complexity of Semantics Based on Weak Admissibility. JAIR 2022 0
Comparing Weak Admissibility Semantics to their Dung-style Counterparts (Extended Abstract). IJCAI 2021 0
On the Maximal Number of Complete Extensions in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. KR 2021 0
On Cycles, Attackers and Supporters - A Contribution to The Investigation of Dynamics in Abstract Argumentation. IJCAI 2021 1
Recursion in Abstract Argumentation is Hard - On the Complexity of Semantics Based on Weak Admissibility. AAAI 2021 0
Choices and their Consequences - Explaining Acceptable Sets in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. KR 2021 4
Strong Explanations in Abstract Argumentation. AAAI 2021 5
Handling and measuring inconsistency in non-monotonic logics. Artificial Intelligence 2020 3
Comparing Weak Admissibility Semantics to their Dung-style Counterparts - Reduct, Modularization, and Strong Equivalence in Abstract Argumentation. KR 2020 11
Revisiting the Foundations of Abstract Argumentation - Semantics Based on Weak Admissibility and Weak Defense. AAAI 2020 27
If Nothing Is Accepted - Repairing Argumentation Frameworks. JAIR 2019 21
Strong inconsistency. Artificial Intelligence 2019 13
Repairing Non-monotonic Knowledge Bases. JELIA 2019 3
Measuring Strong Inconsistency. AAAI 2018 9
If Nothing Is Accepted - Repairing Argumentation Frameworks. KR 2018 0
Strong Inconsistency in Nonmonotonic Reasoning. IJCAI 2017 12
Measuring Inconsistency in Answer Set Programs. JELIA 2016 13
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