Temporal Defeasible Argumentation in Multi-Agent Planning
Sergio Pajares, Eva Onaindia
In this paper, I present my ongoing research on temporal defeasible argumentation-based multi-agent planning. In multi-agent planning a team of agents share a set of goals but have diverse abilities and temporal beliefs, which vary over time. In order to plan for these goals, agents start a stepwise dialogue consisting of exchanges of temporal plan proposals, plus temporal arguments against them, where both, actions with different duration, and temporal defeasible arguments, need to be integrated. This thesis proposes a computational framework for this research on multi-agent planning.