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September 2016

Student paper at COMMA 2016

Student paper at COMMA 2016

A 2016 graduate from the department, James Butterworth, recently presented at an international conference work completed for his BSc degree in Artificial Intelligence.  The conference was on the topic of Computational Models of Argument (COMMA2016) and there were a total of six papers from Liverpool presented at the conference.

James’ final year undergraduate project, which was supervised by Professor Paul Dunne, resulted in a full paper paper being published with the title “Spectral Techniques in Argumentation Framework Analysis”.  

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