Abstract argumentation considers an argument framework to be a directed graph where nodes represent arguments and edges represent conflicts between the arguments. Algorithms can be used to identify sets of coherent arguments (extensions) within a particular framework.

Demo 1 - Review

Review the available extensions in the distinct graphs with up to three arguments.

Demo 2 - Test

Test and share your own argument frameworks.

Demo 3 - Random

Review the available extensions in randomly generated argument frameworks.

These demos use the excellent Visjs to visualise argument frameworks as networks.