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We review a recently introduced model in which each of a number of agents is endowed with an abstract argumentation framework reflecting her individual views regarding a given set of arguments. A question arising in this context is whether the diversity of views observed in such a situation is consistent with the assumption that every individual argumentation framework is induced by a combination of, first, some basic factual information and, second, the personal preferences of the agentdoi:10.24963/ijcai.2017/665 dblp:conf/ijcai/AiriauBEMR17 fatcat:2cyxwyxlhrdvvgfmjhgixn5qaq