His primary areas of investigation include Artificial intelligence, Argumentation theory, Argument, Logic programming and Defeasible reasoning. Guillermo Ricardo Simari is studying Argumentation framework, which is a component of Argumentation theory. His Argument research includes elements of Context, Knowledge management, Recommender system, Popularity and Key.
His study focuses on the intersection of Logic programming and fields such as Functional logic programming with connections in the field of Logical programming, Term logic, Well-founded semantics and Theoretical computer science. The concepts of his Defeasible reasoning study are interwoven with issues in Non-monotonic logic, Defeasible estate and Knowledge representation and reasoning. His Knowledge representation and reasoning research includes themes of Programming language, Negation and Argumentative.
His primary scientific interests are in Artificial intelligence, Argumentation theory, Argument, Logic programming and Epistemology. His Artificial intelligence study frequently links to related topics such as Natural language processing. His research integrates issues of Commonsense reasoning, Theoretical computer science and Argumentative in his study of Argumentation theory.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Argument, Multi-agent system and Information retrieval is strongly linked to Context. His studies in Logic programming integrate themes in fields like Description logic, Functional logic programming and Prolog. The Dialectic and Belief revision research he does as part of his general Epistemology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Warrant, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Argumentation theory, Theoretical computer science, Argument, Artificial intelligence and Argumentation framework. His Argumentation theory research is classified as research in Epistemology. His work deals with themes such as Set and Knowledge base, which intersect with Theoretical computer science.
His Argument research integrates issues from Intelligent decision support system, Commonsense reasoning and Key. His research in Artificial intelligence is mostly concerned with Description logic. In his research on the topic of Argumentation framework, Attack relation, Subject, Data science and Score is strongly related with Relation.
Guillermo Ricardo Simari mainly focuses on Argumentation theory, Artificial intelligence, Theoretical computer science, Argumentation framework and Relation. Guillermo Ricardo Simari combines subjects such as Argument, Programming language, Cognitive science and Knowledge base with his study of Argumentation theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Intelligent decision support system, Key, Argumentative and Computational model in addition to Argument.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Probabilistic argumentation and Rationality. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Structured argumentation and Natural language processing. While the research belongs to areas of Theoretical computer science, he spends his time largely on the problem of Semantics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Characterization.
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Defeasible logic programming: an argumentative approach
Alejandro J. García;Guillermo R. Simari.
Theory and Practice of Logic Programming (2004)
Argumentation in Artificial Intelligence
Iyad Rahwan;Guillermo R. Simari.
A mathematical treatment of defeasible reasoning and its implementation
Guillermo R. Simari;Ronald P. Loui.
Artificial Intelligence (1992)
Towards an argument interchange format
Carlos Chesñevar;Jarred McGinnis;Sanjay Modgil;Iyad Rahwan.
Towards Artificial Argumentation.
Katie Atkinson;Pietro Baroni;Massimiliano Giacomin;Anthony Hunter.
Ai Magazine (2017)
Introduction to structured argumentation
Philippe Besnard;Alejandro Javier García;Anthony Hunter;Sanjay Modgil.
Argument & Computation (2014)
A logic programming framework for possibilistic argumentation
Teresa Alsinet;Carlos I. Chesòevar;Lluís Godo;Guillermo R. Simari.
soft computing (2008)
Computing Generalized Specificity
Frieder Stolzenburg;Alejandro Javier García;Carlos Iván Chesñevar;Guillermo Ricardo Simari.
Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics (2003)
Explanations, belief revision and defeasible reasoning
Marcelo A. Falappa;Gabriele Kern-Isberner;Guillermo R. Simari.
Artificial Intelligence (2002)
A logic programming framework for possibilistic argumentation with vague knowledge
Carlos I. Chesñevar;Guillermo R. Simari;Teresa Alsinet;Lluís Godo.
uncertainty in artificial intelligence (2004)
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