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1.2 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, Computer Sciences
An abstract argumentation framework  consists of a direct graph where nodes represent arguments and arrows represent an attack relation among arguments. A semantics is used to evaluate arguments’ acceptability. In the labelling approach , this evaluation is done by assigning to each argument a label in, out or undec, meaning that the argument is considered consistently acceptable, non-acceptable or undecided (i.e. no decision can be taken on arguments’ acceptability).
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