Formalizing Arguments From Cause-Effect Rules
This paper proposes a method allowing the formalisation of cause-effect rules that are reported by expert’s knowledge as argumentation framework. The rules represent causal relation between two given concepts. Such rules have the advantage to be easily elicited by domain experts, however the inference mechanism is rather ad hoc and there is no good theoretical foundation. The objective of the proposition is to overcome the major limit of the reported cause-effect rules, that is the need of efficient reasoning.
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