Bart Verheij
Bart Verheij
Bernoulli Institute of Mathematics, Computer Science and AI, University of Groningen
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Handbook of argumentation theory
JHM van Eemeren, F.H., Garssen, B., Krabbe, E.C.W., Snoeck Henkemans, A.F ...
Dordrecht: Springer, 2014
A research agenda for hybrid intelligence: augmenting human intellect with collaborative, adaptive, responsible, and explainable artificial intelligence
Z Akata, D Balliet, M De Rijke, F Dignum, V Dignum, G Eiben, A Fokkens, ...
Computer 53 (8), 18-28, 2020
Two approaches to dialectical argumentation: admissible sets and argumentation stages
B Verheij
Proc. NAIC 96, 357-368, 1996
Rules, reasons, arguments: formal studies of argumentation and defeat
B Verheij
Formal studies of argumentation and defeat, Doctorial dissetation …, 1996
Rules, Reasons, Arguments: formal studies of argumentation and defeat
B Verheij
Universiteit Maastricht, 1996
Evaluating arguments based on Toulmin’s scheme
B Verheij
Argumentation 19, 347-371, 2005
A history of AI and Law in 50 papers: 25 years of the international conference on AI and Law
T Bench-Capon, M Araszkiewicz, K Ashley, K Atkinson, F Bex, F Borges, ...
Artificial Intelligence and Law 20, 215-319, 2012
Dialectical argumentation with argumentation schemes: An approach to legal logic
B Verheij
Artificial intelligence and Law 11 (2), 167-195, 2003
Artificial argument assistants for defeasible argumentation
B Verheij
Artificial intelligence 150 (1-2), 291-324, 2003
Deflog: on the logical interpretation of prima facie justified assumptions
B Verheij
Journal of Logic and Computation 13 (3), 319-346, 2003
A hybrid formal theory of arguments, stories and criminal evidence
FJ Bex, PJ Van Koppen, H Prakken, B Verheij
Artificial Intelligence and Law 18, 123-152, 2010
Arguing on the Toulmin model
D Hitchcock, B Verheij
Arguing on the Toulmin Model 10, 2006
Virtual arguments: on the design of argument assistants for lawyers and other arguers
B Verheij
TMC Asser Press, 2005
How much does it help to know what she knows you know? An agent-based simulation study
H De Weerd, R Verbrugge, B Verheij
Artificial Intelligence 199, 67-92, 2013
Automated argument assistance for lawyers
B Verheij
Proceedings of the 7th international conference on artificial intelligence …, 1999
A method for explaining Bayesian networks for legal evidence with scenarios
CS Vlek, H Prakken, S Renooij, B Verheij
Artificial Intelligence and Law 24, 285-324, 2016
Negotiating with other minds: the role of recursive theory of mind in negotiation with incomplete information
H De Weerd, R Verbrugge, B Verheij
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 31, 250-287, 2017
A two-phase method for extracting explanatory arguments from Bayesian networks
ST Timmer, JJC Meyer, H Prakken, S Renooij, B Verheij
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 80, 475-494, 2017
Arguments, scenarios and probabilities: connections between three normative frameworks for evidential reasoning
B Verheij, F Bex, ST Timmer, CS Vlek, JJC Meyer, S Renooij, H Prakken
Law, Probability and Risk 15 (1), 35-70, 2016
An integrated view on rules and principles
B Verheij, JC Hage, HJ Van Den Herik
Artificial Intelligence and Law 6, 3-26, 1998
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