Towards a Temporal Probabilistic Argumentation Framework
In recent years, the notion of time has been studied in different ways in Dung-style Argumentation Frameworks. For example, time intervals of availability have been added to arguments and relations. As a result, the output of Dung semantics varies over time. In this paper, we consider the situation in which arguments hold with a certain probability distribution during a given interval. To model the uncertain character of events, we propose different notions of temporal conflict between arguments according to the type of availabilities intersection (partial, inclusive, or total). Then, we refine these notions of conflict by a defeat relation, using criterion functions that evaluate an attack’s significance according to the probability over time.
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