DynaCROM: An approach to implement regulative norms in normative multiagent systems

Abstract : A major challenge in normative multiagent systems (NMAS) is how norms can be effectively applied to their entities and easily managed. These tasks are arduous because norms are usually written for general purposes, hindering a more precise regulation. In this paper, we go through an operational approach to implement regulative norms in multiagent systems. In our approach, abstract norms are embodied with domain values according to agents’ current contexts. Thus, we try to bridge the gap between the theoretical work on norms and practical normative systems providing a solution to implement concrete regulative norms in NMAS. The rationale of the approach is described via a motivating example from the domain of international supply-chains.
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Carolina Felicissimo, Jean-Pierre Briot, Caroline Chopinaud, Carlos Lucena. DynaCROM: An approach to implement regulative norms in normative multiagent systems. 3rd International Workshop on Normative Multiagent Systems (NorMAS'08), Jul 2008, Luxembourg, Luxembourg. ⟨hal-01302950⟩

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