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Antonyms for defeasible

capable of being annulled or voided or terminated


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Defeasible reasoning [4], on the other hand, constitutes a non-monotonic rule-based approach for efficient reasoning with incomplete and inconsistent information.
Another important element of defeasible reasoning is the notion of conflicting literals.
Defeasible reasoning (see section 3) is useful in various applications, like brokering [21], bargaining and agent negotiations [22].
Argumentation differs from these approaches since it is motivated in defeasible reasoning, where tentative conclusions are obtained departing from uncertain or incomplete information.
Keywords: Defeasible Reasoning, Argumentation, Parallel Logic Programming I Introduction