Compatibility between acceptability and gradual valuation

Following the previous sections, the set of arguments can be partitioned in two different ways:

- First, given a semantics and a gradual valuation , it is
possible to use the partition issued from [9] which we
have refined:
- Second, given a gradual valuation , it is possible to use the
partition induced by the notion of well-defended arguments:

A very natural and interesting question is: is it possible to find a semantics and a gradual valuation such that the associated partitions have some compatibilities?

The following examples show that the class of the well-defended arguments does not correspond to the class of the cleanly-accepted arguments (in some cases, some uni-accepted arguments are even not well-defended).

- Examples showing the non-compatibility in the general case
- Particular cases leading to compatibility

Marie-Christine Lagasquie 2005-02-04