Models of argument for deliberative Dialogue in Complex Domains: Data Bundle

  • Alice Toniolo (Creator)
  • Timothy James Forester Norman (Creator)
  • Katia P Sycara (Creator)
  • Nir Oren (Data Manager)



This data bundle contains all the data that were used in Toniolo's PhD Thesis, with title "Models of argument for deliberative Dialogue in Complex Domains". In this research, we defined and empirically evaluated a model of deliberation dialogue based upon argumentation schemes for agents with different objectives to decide what to do in collaboration.

The three main folders correspond to the data used for analysis in Chapter 5 (Identifying effective plans through dialogue), Chapter 6a (Strategies driven by plan feasibility) and Chapter 6b (Strategies driven by conflict importance) respectively. Each folder contains files with data resulting from the experiments in csv format, and a file graphAnalysisChX.rtf that contains R scripts for generating the graphs for analysis as presented in the thesis.
Date made available1 Sept 2015
PublisherUniversity of Aberdeen
Date of data production30 Sept 2012
  • An empirical study of argumentation schemes in deliberative dialogue

    Toniolo, A., Norman, T. J. & Sycara, K. P., Aug 2012, ECAI 2012: 20th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence. De Raedt, L., Bessiere, C., Dubois, D., Doherty, P., Frasconi, P., Heintz, F. & Lucas, P. (eds.). IOS Press, p. 756-761 6 p. (Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications; vol. 242).

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