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CLAR 2021 special issue in the Journal of Logic and Computation 

As we have announced during the CLAR 2021 conference, a special issue is planned in the Journal of Logic and Computation (JLC, see https://academic.oup.com/logcom) presenting selected papers from the CLAR 2021 conference. Authors of selected papers from the CLAR 2021 conference have been contacted and encouraged to submit an extended version of their work to this planned special issue of JLC. If you have not received such an invitation, but nevertheless think that your work has further progressed and is sufficiently mature to justify submission to the planned special issue in JLC, please contact us (siclar2021@easychair.org).

Best regards, 

    Christoph, Pietro and Yi (Co-Editors of the CLAR 2021 special issue in JLC)

Papers accepted to CLAR 2021 are published in:

Pietro Baroni, Christoph Benzmüller, Yì N. Wáng (eds.)

Logic and Argumentation

Fourth International Conference, CLAR 2021, Hangzhou, China, October 20-22, 2021, Proceedings, LNAI, volume 13040.


Long papers:

  • Weiwei Chen. Collective Argumentation with Topological Restrictions
  • Marcos Cramer and Yannick Spörl. The Choice-Preferred Semantics for Relevance-Oriented Acceptance of Admissible Sets of Arguments
  • Jérémie Dauphin, Tjitze Rienstra and Leon van der Torre. New Weakly Admissible Semantics for Abstract Argumentation
  • Jérôme Delobelle, Srdjan Vesic and Vivien Beuselinck. On Restricting the Impact of Self-Attacking Arguments in Gradual Semantics
  • Martin Diller, Sarah Alice Gaggl and Piotr Gorczyca. Flexible dispute derivations with forward and backward arguments for assumption based argumentation
  • Massimiliano Giacomin, Pietro Baroni and Federico Cerutti. Towards a General Theory of Decomposability in Abstract Argumentation
  • Andreas Herzig and Antonio Yuste-Ginel. Abstract Argumentation with Qualitative Uncertainty: an Analysis in Dynamic Logic
  • Timotheus Kampik and Kristijonas Cyras. Principle-based Explanations of Non-Monotonic Inference in Abstract Argumentation
  • Timotheus Kampik, Dov Gabbay and Giovanni Sartor. The Burden of Persuasion in Abstract Argumentation
  • Marie-Christine Lagasquie-Schiex. Handling Support Cycles and Collective Interactions in the Logical Encoding of Higher-Order Bipolar Argumentation Frameworks
  • Chonghui Li and Beishui Liao. Integrating Individual Preferences into Collective Argumentation
  • Yanjun Li. Tableau-Based Decision Procedure for Logic of Knowing-How
  • Xinghan Liu and Emiliano Lorini. A Logic for Binary Classifiers and their Explanation
  • Jean-Guy Mailly. Extension-based Semantics for Incomplete Argumentation Frameworks
  • Vit Puncochar and Igor Sedlar. Relevant Epistemic Logic with Public Announcements and Common Knowledge
  • Gemma Robles. A variant with the variable-sharing property of Brady’s 4-valued implicative expansion BN4 of Anderson and Belnap’s logic FDE
  • Jeroen P. Spaans. Intrinsic Argument Strength in Structured Argumentation: a Principled Approach
  • Kazuko Takahashi and Tamon Okubo. How Can You Resolve a Trilemma? – A Topological Approach –
  • Alexandros Vassiliades, Giorgos Flouris, Theodore Patkos, Antonis Bikakis, Nick Bassiliades and Dimitris Plexousakis. A Multi Attack Argumentation Framework
  • Andreas Xydis, Christopher Hampson, Sanjay Modgil and Elizabeth Black. Towards a sound and complete dialogue system for handling enthymemes

Short papers:

  • Bruno Bentzen. A Henkin-style completeness proof for the modal logic S5
  • Jinsheng Chen, Beishui Liao and Leendert van der Torre. Base Argumentation as an Abstraction of Deductive Argumentation
  • Bettina Fazzinga, Andrea Galassi and Paolo Torroni. An Argumentative Dialogue System for COVID-19 Vaccine Information
  • Yan Gao, Zhengtao Liu, Juan Li, Fan Guo and Fei Xiao. Extractive-abstractive summarization of judgment documents using multiple attention networks
  • Tim Lyon. A Framework for Intuitionistic Grammar Logics
  • Adam Pease. Choosing a Logic to Represent the Semantics of Natural Language
  • Ivo Pezlar. The placeholder view of assumptions and the Curry–Howard correspondence
  • Mariusz Urbanski and Zofia Żmójdzin. Paranegations and The Square of Opposition
  • Xuefeng Wen. Validity under Assumptions
  • Richard Zuber. Entailments with sentential predicates