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Our algorithm is based over a standard backtracking strategy. The constraint is the absence of conﬂicts among arguments (undercut, rebuttal). A solution is consistent if the set of arguments satisﬁes the constraints. In order to limit the degree of backtracking, consistency is checked before each argument is added to the solution. When the consistency check fails, the algorithm stores partial results, and starts backtracking. Then, it recursively tries to add all the remaining arguments. In order to limit the size of the search space a branching strategy is used in the phase of set instantiation.