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Formalisation en SHS : forces et limites des méthodes formelles en SHS

La thématique

Dialogue sur les forces et limites des méthodes formelles en SHS, dans trois domaines : psychologie cognitive et intelligence artificielle ; formalisation en linguistique ; réseaux sociaux.

Les responsables scientifiques

Jean-François Bonnefon (UT2) bonnefon@univ-tlse2.fr

International Workshop on Formal, Experimental, and Informal Approaches to Argumentation (FEI2A)

Argumentation has become a topic of investigation for cognitive, social, and computational sciences. Defining what makes an argument, what makes a strong argument, and how to derive a conclusion or a decision from a set of arguments, are issues relevant to psychologists as well as computer scientists, to sociologists as well as specialists of marketing and communication. These multiple perspectives on argumentative phenomena and processes are conducive to cross-fertilization, and the past decade accordingly saw the rise of transdisciplinary frameworks allowing for collaboration. The FEI2A workshop brings in Toulouse delegates from all these fields, in order to engage in two days of international, multidisciplinary exchanges on argumentation.

Monday, May 14th 2012

10:00 Welcome

10:30 Ulrike Hahn, "Weighting Arguments" (+10min break)

11:15 Tony Hunter, "A Framework for Specifying and Analysing Dialogical Argumentation Systems" (+10min break)

12:00 Iyad Rahwan, "Arguing in a Social Context"

12:45 Lunch

14:15 Jens Koed Madsen "Bayesian rationality in persuasion studies" (+10min break)

15:00 Philippe Besnard "Argumentation and Logic" (+25min break)

16:00 Rian Timmers, "Does the normative quality of a pragmatic argument influence its persuasive power ?" (+10min break)

16:45 Franck Cochoy, "The marketization of curiosity : cognition, technology and society"

Tuesday, May 15th 2012

09:45 Leila Amgoud, "An argument-based framework for decision making" (+10min break)

10:30 Jos Hornicx, "Is high-quality evidence more persuasive than low-quality evidence in the presence of counterevidence ? A cross-cultural study" (+10min break)

11:15 Claudette Cayrol MC Lagasquie, "Two abstract argumentation frameworks extending the basic Dungs’ framework" (+10min break)

12:00 Stefan Woltran, "Complexity-Sensitive Decision Procedures for Abstract Argumentation"

12:45 Lunch

14:15 Carles Sierra, "An argumentation algorithm (ANB3) and a testbed for argumentation (DipGame)" (+10min break)

15:00 JF Bonnefon, "Utility Templates for Consequential Argumentation"

IRIT, salle des thèses, Université Paul Sabatier, 118 Route de Narbonne, F-31062 ToulouseSponsored by MSHS-Toulouse and IRIT

 

 

 





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