By Elena Cabrio, Sara Tonelli, Serena Villata (auth.), João Leite, Tran Cao Son, Paolo Torroni, Leon van der Torre, Stefan Woltran (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the court cases of the 14th foreign Workshop on Computational good judgment in Multi-Agent structures, CLIMA XIV, held in Corunna, Spain, in September 2013. The 23 standard papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty four submissions and awarded with 4 invited talks. the aim of the CLIMA workshops is to supply a discussion board for discussing thoughts, according to computational good judgment, for representing, programming and reasoning approximately brokers and multi-agent structures in a proper approach. This version will characteristic specific classes: Argumentation applied sciences and Norms and Normative Multi-Agent Systems.

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D(F , G) = ∣R(F ) Δ R(G)∣ where Δ is the well-known symmetric difference. The following notions of equivalence have been studied in the literature [1,6,7]: Definition 4 (Equivalence). Given a semantics σ. Two AFs F and G are 1. t. e. Eσ (F ) = Eσ (G) holds, 2. t. σ (F ≡σE G) iff for each AF H, F ∪ H ≡σ G ∪ H holds, 3. t. t. F ⪯N F ∪ H and G ⪯N G ∪ H, F ∪ H ≡σ G ∪ H holds, 4. t. t. F ⪯S F ∪ H and G ⪯S G ∪ H, F ∪ H ≡σ G ∪ H holds, Analyzing the Equivalence Zoo in Abstract Argumentation 21 5. t. t.

G. we asG F sume Nst,W (E) = ∞ and Nst,W (E) = 0 (Theorem 6, Definition 10 in [7]). t. t. weak exG (E) = 0 (Proposition 10 [7]). Consequently (first assumption), pansions we have Nst,S F F (E) = ∞ which proves the claimed implication. Nst,S (E) = 0 in contradiction to Nst,W st st,MC st,MC G ⇒ F ≡st G and F ≡/ W We show now that F ≡W W G. Assume F ≡W G. First, minimal change equivalence implies A(F ) = A(G). t. stable semantics iff i) A(F ) = A(G) and Est (F ) = Est (G) or ii) Est (F ) = Est (G) = ∅.

Consequently, Nst,W (E) = ∞ is impossible concluding the proof. For the sake of completeness we will present some counterexamples showing that the converse directions do not hold. It suffices to check the following four cases. The other non-relations can be easily obtained by using the already shown relations depicted in Figure 4. / F ≡pr,MC G. 1. F ≡pr G ⇒ W F∶ a1 G∶ a2 a1 a2 a3 pr,MC Obviously, Epr (F ) = Epr (G) = {{a1 }}. Furthermore, F ≡/ W G since minimal change equivalence guarantees sharing the same arguments (compare Definition 10 in [7]) but A(F ) ≠ A(G).