Dialogue protocols as a tool to model argumentation contexts

Mykyta Tyschenko

Abstract


The article is devoted to the problems of defining dialogue protocols and possibilities they provide for a formal representation of dialogue types.


Keywords


Dialogue; kind of dialogues, dialogue protocol; context argumentation; multi-agent systems

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