|Title||Norm-oriented programming language for electronic institutions|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||García-Camino A, Rodriguez ROscar, Sierra C, Vasconcelos WW|
Norms constitute a powerful coordination mechanism among heterogeneous agents [27, 4]. This work proposes a means to specify and control the normative dynamics of societies of software agents. For this we introduce a language with which one can explicitly manage the normative positions of agents  and distinct deontic notions and their relationships can be captured. This language is conceived as a machine language to facilitate norm-oriented programming and to found higher-level normative languages. We provide a modeltheoretic semantics to our formalism, as well as an operational semantics. Furthermore, we show that our rule-based language captures the expressiveness of a wide range of normative models and systems in the literature.
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