Computational models of argumentation can facilitate systems which integrate planning and ethical reasoning components, e.g. case-based, and systems which provide rationale for generated plans and courses of action. Such models can be of use for various input and output parameters in the interfaces of planning and ethical reasoning components, in addition to being of use for expressing the resultant rationales of generated plans and courses of action.
Plan rationales are discussed in Rationale in Planning: Causality, Dependencies, and Decisions by Stephen T. Polyak and Austin Tate. Another topic pertinent to argumentation and planning, arguing about plans, is discussed in Arguing about Plans: Plan Representation and Reasoning for Mixed-initiative Planning by George Ferguson and James F. Allen and Rationale-supported Mixed-initiative Case-based Planning by Manuela M. Veloso, Alice M. Mulvehill and Michael T. Cox.