Martin Moguillansky
Martin Moguillansky
PhD. Computer Science
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Argument theory change: Revision upon warrant
ND Rotstein, MO Moguillansky, MA Falappa, AJ García, GR Simari
COMMA 172, 336-347, 2008
672008
A Dynamic Argumentation Framework.
ND Rotstein, MO Moguillansky, AJ García, GR Simari
Comma 216, 427-438, 2010
412010
An abstract argumentation framework for handling dynamics
ND Rotstein, MO Moguillansky, AJ Garcia, GR Simari
Proceedings of the Argument, Dialogue and Decision Workshop in NMR, 131-139, 2008
352008
Argument theory change through defeater activation.
MO Moguillansky, ND Rotstein, MA Falappa, AJ García, GR Simari
COMMA 216, 359-366, 2010
332010
Argument Theory Change Applied to Defeasible Logic Programming.
MO Moguillansky, ND Rotstein, MA Falappa, AJ García, GR Simari
AAAI, 132-137, 2008
312008
Dynamics of knowledge in DeLP through argument theory change
MO Moguillansky, ND Rotstein, MA Falappa, AJ García, GR Simari
Theory and Practice of Logic Programming 13 (6), 893-957, 2013
172013
Inconsistent-tolerant base revision through argument theory change
MO Moguillansky, R Wassermann, MA Falappa
Logic Journal of the IGPL 20 (1), 154-186, 2012
172012
Dialectical abstract argumentation: a characterization of the marking criterion
N Rotstein, M Moguillansky, G Simari
Twenty-First International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2009
142009
A non-monotonic Description Logics model for merging terminologies
MO Moguillansky, MA Falappa
Inteligencia Artificial. Revista Iberoamericana de Inteligencia Artificial …, 2007
142007
An argumentation machinery to reason over inconsistent ontologies
MO Moguillansky, R Wassermann, MA Falappa
Ibero-American Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 100-109, 2010
132010
A theoretical model to handle ontology debugging & change through argumentation
MO Moguillansky, ND Rotstein, MA Falappa
The ISWC-08 International Workshop on Ontology Dynamics (IWOD), 29-42, 2008
102008
La carrera académica desde la perspectiva de los docentes
AM García de Fanelli, M Moguillansky
Buenos Aires. AR; CEDES, 2009
92009
A generalized abstract argumentation framework for inconsistency-tolerant ontology reasoning
MO Moguillansky, GR Simari
Expert Systems with Applications 64, 141-168, 2016
82016
Reduciendo la brecha de oportunidades para los estudiantes universitarios de origen indígena: evaluación de Pathways to Higher Education en la Universidad de la Frontera, Chile
AM García de Fanelli, J Rezaval, A Trombetta
Buenos Aires. AR; CEDES, 2007
82007
A study of argument acceptability dynamics through core and remainder sets
MO Moguillansky
FoIKS, 3-23, 2016
72016
La estructura de incentivos según la percepción de los docentes universitarios
AM García de Fanelli, M Moguillansky
Buenos Aires. AR; CEDES, 2009
72009
Generalized abstract argumentation: Handling arguments in fol fragments
MO Moguillansky, ND Rotstein, MA Falappa, GR Simari
European Conference on Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning and …, 2009
62009
A Specialized Set Theoretic Semantics for Acceptability Dynamics of Arguments.
MO Moguillansky, GR Simari
COMMA, 391-402, 2016
52016
Generalized abstract argumentation: A first-order machinery towards ontology debugging
MO Moguillansky, ND Rotstein, MA Falappa
Sociedad Iberoamericana de Inteligencia Artificial, 2010
52010
Dynamics of the judicial process by defeater activation
MO Moguillansky, GR Simari
AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems, 495-512, 2015
32015
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