Seminar Announcement (A. Aliseda)

Next week, our Logic Seminar Series continues, again as a Logic Aperitivo! The next talk will be given by Atocha Aliseda (UNAM) on June 3rd, starting at 18:00. Save the date and join us on Zoom! Title: The role of Hypothesis in Medical Diagnosis: a Logical Challenge Abstract: In this talk I will start by presenting some challenges for the formal […]

Seminar Announcement (W. Holliday)

Starting from this week, our Logic Lunch Seminar Series changes its usual starting time, and turns into a Logic Aperitivo! The next talk will be given by Wesley Holliday (University of California, Berkeley) on May 20th, starting at 18:00. Save the date and join us on Zoom! Title: Logics of Imprecise, Comparative, and Regular Probability […]

Assessing the Quality of Online Reviews Using Formal Argumentation Theory

Review scores collect users’ opinions in a simple and intuitive manner. However, review scores are also easily manipulable, hence they are often accompanied by explanations. A substantial amount of research has been devoted to ascertaining the quality of reviews, to identify the most useful and authentic scores through explanation analysis. In this paper, we advance […]