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AbstractJustification theory is a unifying semantic framework. While it has its roots in non-monotonic logics, it can be applied to various areas in computer science, especially in explainable reasoning; its most central concept is a justification: an explanation why a property holds (or does not hold) in a model.In this paper, we continue the study of justification theory by means of three major contributions. The first is studying the relation between justification theory and game theory. Wedoi:10.1017/s1471068420000186 fatcat:7ivdncdeozh3dklfb364v7k5lu