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An essential part of argumentation-based reasoning is to identify arguments in favor and against a statement or query, select the acceptable ones, and then determine whether or not the original statement should be accepted. We present here an abstract framework that considers two independent forms of argument interaction-support and conflict-and is able to represent distinctive information associated with these arguments. This information can enable additional actions such as: (i) a moredoi:10.1613/jair.1.12394 dblp:journals/jair/GonzalezBSS21 fatcat:4lzck4cvpjdfrhgb5cnk7pzq5m