AI Strategy and Concepts Bibliography

Welcome to the AI Strategy and Concepts Bibliography site. The site uses the Wikindx bibliography tool to offer a variety of search options across sources we've targeted for tracking in several related domains of research shaping and impacting artificial intelligence (AI) and its influence on strategy and concepts: cognitive science, neuroscience, complexity science, computer science, military science, machine learning, deep learning, neural nets, robotics, advanced wargaming, augmented cognition and decisionmaking, quantum computing, adaptive networks, informatics, analytics, data sciences, to name a few areas that are increasingly converging in advanced theory, practices, and applications. The latest 20 additions to the bibliography are displayed below but hundreds of sources are searchable. We attempt to emphasize current sources along with foundational references underpinning major areas of research impacting AI. This site also supports neural nets used by AI engines employed in our simulations. If you wish to contribute to the bibliography please register under the Wikindx menu option. You can also return to the AI Strategy and Concepts Hub from the Wikindx menu option. 

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Botschen, T., Sorokin, D., & Gurevych, I. 2018, Frame-and entity-based knowledge for common-sense argumentative reasoning. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Argument Mining.
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Betz, G., Hamann, M., Mchedlidze, T., & von Schmettow, S. (2019). Applying argumentation to structure and visualize multi-dimensional opinion spaces. Argument & Computation, 10(1), 23–40.
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Tang, Y., Sklar, E., & Parsons, S. 2012, An argumentation engine: Argtrust. Paper presented at Ninth International Workshop on Argumentation in Multiagent Systems.
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Roennfeldt, C. F., Helgesen, D. E., & Reutz, B. A. H. (2022). Developing strategic mindsets with matrix games. Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies, 5(1).
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Toulmin, S. E. (1958). The uses of argument. Cambridge University Press.
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Verheij, B. (2009). The toulmin argument model in artificial intelligence. In Argumentation in artificial intelligence (pp. 219–238).Springer.
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Ntuen, C. A., & Gwang-Myung, K. (2008). A sensemaking visualization tool with military doctrinal elements NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIV GREENSBORO ARMY CENTER~….
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Snowden, D., & Bertsch, B. (2021). Cynefin: Weaving sense-making into the fabric of our world.
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Kurtz, C. F., & Snowden, D. J. (2003). The new dynamics of strategy: Sense-making in a complex and complicated world. IBM systems journal, 42(3), 462–483.
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Cohen, E. A. (2005). The historical mind and military strategy. Orbis, 49(4), 575–588.
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Appleget, J., Kline, J., & Burks, R. (2020). Revamping wargaming education for the us department of defense. Naval Postgraduate School,
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Bracken, P. (2006). Net assessment: A practical guide. The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters, 36(1), 1.
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Simon, H. A. (1993). Strategy and organizational evolution. Strategic management journal, 14(S2), 131–142.
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Dung, P. M. (1995). On the acceptability of arguments and its fundamental role in nonmonotonic reasoning, logic programming and n-person games. Artificial Intelligence, 77(2), 321–357.
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Galassi, A., Kersting, K., Lippi, M., Shao, X., & Torroni, P. (2020). Neural-symbolic argumentation mining: An argument in favor of deep learning and reasoning. Frontiers in big Data, 2, 52.
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Sklar, E. I., & Azhar, M. Q. 2018, Explanation through argumentation. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction.
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Walton, D., & Godden, D. M. (2014). The impact of argumentation on artificial intelligence. In Considering Pragma-Dialectics (pp. 287–299).Routledge.
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Calegari, R., Omicini, A., & Sartor, G. 2020, Explainable and ethical ai: A perspective on argumentation and logic programming. Paper presented at International Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence.
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Mochales, R., & Moens, M.-F. (2011). Argumentation mining. Artificial Intelligence and Law, 19(1), 1–22.
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Atkinson, K., Baroni, P., Giacomin, M., Hunter, A., Prakken, H., & Reed, C., et al. (2017). Towards artificial argumentation. AI Magazine, 38(3), 25–36.
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