Weiwei’s research falls in interdisciplinary areas such as logic, argumentation theory, artificial intelligence and philosophy. Now his research has been to get a better understanding of how best to aggregate the argumentative positions of several individual agents.
He obtained his master’s degree in Logic from Sun Yat-sen University and did a bachelor of Computer Science at Guangzhou University, China.
He enjoys writing about himself in the third person.
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Weiwei Chen and Ulle Endriss. Preservation of Semantic Properties in Collective Argumentation: The Case of Aggregating Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. Artificial Intelligence, 269:27-48, 2019. (BibTex, Paper)
Weiwei Chen and Ulle Endriss. Aggregating Alternative Extensions of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks: Preservation Results for Quota Rules.
In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA-2018), September 2018. (BibTex, Paper, Slides)
Weiwei Chen and Ulle Endriss. Preservation of Semantic Properties during the Aggregation of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks.
In Proceedings Sixteenth Conference on Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge (TARK-2017), pp. 118–133. (BibTex, Paper, Slides)
Aggregating Extensions of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks,
Computational Social Choice Seminar, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September, 2018.
What Can We Expect from Consensus Decision-making?
Cool Logic Seminar, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September, 2017.
Aggregation of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks,
Computational Social Choice Seminar, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June, 2017.
François Recanati’s Contextualism and its Inconsistency,
Workshop for PhD Students in Philosophy from Five Universities (第八届南北五校哲学博士生论坛), Wuhan University, China, November, 2015.
Teaching assistant (Sun Yat-sen University)
Mathematical analysis (Fall, 2015)
Philosophy of Logic (Spring, 2016)