Douglas, J. & Wells, S. (2017, June). Monkeypuzzle: Towards Next Generation, Free & Open-Source, Argument Analysis Tools. Paper presented at The 17th International Workshop on Computation Models of Natural Argument (CMNA17), London, U.K
We introduce a new, free, open-source, web-based argument analysis tool called Monkeypuzzle. This is designed to provide both a foundation for creating and visualising reprodu...
Wells, S. & LaGreca, R. (2015, October). Introducing ALIAS. Paper presented at 15th International Workshop on Computation Models of Natural Argument, Bertinoro, Italy
ALIAS is a Python library for constructing, manipulating, storing, visualising, and converting argumentation structues. It is available with full source code under a copyleft ...
Wells, S., Yuan, T., Manandhar, S. & Kelly, T. (2015, October). Automatically Detecting Fallacies in System Safety Arguments. Paper presented at 15th International Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument(CMNA15), Bertinoro, Italy
Safety cases play a significant role in the development of safety-critical systems. The key components in a safety case are safety arguments, that are designated to demonstrat...
Wells, S. (2015, June). Combinatorial Dialogue Games in Strategic Argumentation. Paper presented at 1st European Conference on Argumentation: Argumentation and Reasoned Action (ECA15), Lisbon, Portugal
This paper introduces combinatorial dialogue, a formal approach to
strategising within argumentative dialogue games where the moves played within a dialogue game are interpret...
Wells, S. & Pangbourne, K. (2015, June). Using Argumentation Within Sustainable Transport Communication. Paper presented at 1st European Conference on Argumentation: Argumentation and Reasoned Action (ECA15), Lisbon, Portugal
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Wells, S., Kotkanen, H., Schlafli, M., Gabrielli, S., Masthoff, J., Jylha, A. & Forbes, P. Towards an applied gamification model for tracking, managing, & encouraging sustainable travel behaviours. Paper presented at First Urban Sustainable, CollaboratIve, and Adaptive MObility (USCIAMO) Workshop, Nice, France
In this paper we introduce a gamification model for encouraging sustainable multi-modal urban travel in modern European cities. Our aim is to provide a mechanism that encourag...
Andras, P., Esterle, L., Guckert, M., Anh Han, T., Lewis, P. R., Milanovic, K., …Wells, S. (in press). Trusting Intelligent Machines. IEEE technology & society magazine,
Yuan, T., Manandhar, S., Kelly, T., & Wells, S. (2016). Automatically Detecting Fallacies in System Safety Arguments. In Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 47-59. BioMed Central. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46218-9_4
Farrenkopf, T., Guckert, M., Urquhart, N., & Wells, S. (2016). Ontology Based Business Simulations. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 19(4), doi:10.18564/jasss.3266
Within business games there is a need to provide realistic feedback for decisions made, if such business games are to continue to remain relevant in increasingly complex busin...
Wells, S. & Pangbourne, K. (2016). Using argumentation within sustainable transport communication. In Argumentation and Reasoned Action Volume 1, 781-801. College Publications. ISBN 1848902115
In this paper we present the preliminary results of a survey of persuasive communication within the sustainable transport domain. This survey is underpinned by a reconstructi...
Wells, S. (2016). Combinatorial Dialogue Games in Strategic Argumentation. In Argumentation and Reasoned Action Volume 2, 1045-1063. College Publications. ISBN 1848902123
Wells, S., Kotkanen, H., Schlafli, M., Gabrielli, S., Masthoff, J., Jylhä, A., & Forbes, P. (2014). Towards an Applied Gamification Model for Tracking, Managing, & Encouraging Sustainable Travel Behaviours. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Ambient Systems, 1(4), e2. doi:10.4108/amsys.1.4.e2
Gabrielli, S., Forbes, P., Jylha, A., Wells, S., Sirén, M., Hemminki, S., …Jacucci, G. (2013). Design challenges in motivating change for sustainable urban mobility. Computers in human behavior. 41, 416-423. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.05.026. ISSN 0747-5632
In recent years, the design and deployment of persuasive interventions for inducing sustainable urban mobility behaviors has become a very active research field, leveraging on...
Wells, S. (2013). Supporting argumentation schemes in argumentative dialogue games. Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric. 36, 171-191. doi:10.2478/slgr-2014-0009. ISSN 0860-150X
This paper reports preliminary work into the exploitation of argu- mentation schemes within dialogue games. We identify a property of dialogue games that we call “scheme aware...
Forbes, P., Gabrielli, S., Maimone, R., Masthoff, J., Wells, S. & Jylha, A. (2013). Towards using segmentation-based techniques to personalize mobility behaviour Interventions. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Ambient Systems. 14doi:10.4108/amsys.1.4.e4. ISSN 2032-927X
This paper describes our initial work towards a segmentation-based approach to personalized digital behavior change interventions in the domain of sustainable, multi-modal urb...
Arguments are structures of premises and conclusions that underpin rational reasoning processes. Within complex knowledge domains, especially if they are contentious, argument st...
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