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Conference COIN (Workshop) (14th : 2014 : Valencia, Spain)
Title Coordination, organizations, institutions, and norms in agent systems X : COIN 2014 International Workshops, COIN@AAMAS, Paris, France, May 6, 2014, COIN@PRICAI, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, December 4, 2014, revised selected papers / Aditya Ghose, Nir Oren, Pankaj Telang, John Thangarajah (eds.).
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2015.

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Conference COIN (Workshop) (14th : 2014 : Valencia, Spain)
Series Lecture notes in artificial intelligence ; 9372
LNCS sublibrary. SL 7, Artificial intelligence
Lecture notes in computer science. Lecture notes in artificial intelligence ; 9372.
LNCS sublibrary. SL 7, Artificial intelligence.
Subject Intelligent agents (Computer software) -- Congresses.
Artificial Intelligence.
Alt Name Ghose, Aditya K.,
Oren, Nir,
Telang, Pankaj,
Thangarajah, John,
COIN@AAMAS (Workshop) (2014 : Paris, France)
COIN@PRICAI (Workshop) (2014 : Gold Coast, Qld.)
Add Title COIN 2014
Description 1 online resource (x, 269 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 10th International Workshops on Coordination, Organizations, Institutions and Norms in Agent Systems, COIN 2014. The workshops were co-located with AAMAS 2014, held in Paris, France, in May 2014, and with PRICAI 2014, held in Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, in December 2014. The 16 full papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in this volume. The papers cover a wide range of topics from work on formal aspects of normative and team based systems, to software engineering with organisational concepts, to applications of COIN based systems, and to philosophical issues surrounding socio-technical systems. They highlight not only the richness of existing work in the field, but also point out the challenges and exciting research that remains to be done in the area.
Note English.
Contents Intro; Preface; Organization; Contents; Utilizing Permission Norms in BDI Practical Normative Reasoning; 1 Introduction; 2 Background; 2.1 Jason; 2.2 Event Calculus; 3 Norm Representation; 3.1 Norms; 4 BDI Agent Normative Reasoning; 5 Experiments; 5.1 Gold and Silver Mining Society; 6 Summary; References; Holonic Institutions for Multi-scale Polycentric Self-governance; 1 Introduction; 2 Background and Motivation; 2.1 Formalising Ostrom's Principles; 2.2 The Eighth Principle: Nested Enterprises; 2.3 An Example; 3 Institutions and Holons; 3.1 Institutions: An Informal Overview
3.2 Self-organising Electronic Institutions3.3 Holonic Systems; 4 Holonic Institutions; 5 Case Study for Community Energy Systems; 5.1 Smart Houses; 5.2 Decentralised Community Energy Systems; 5.3 Holonic Institutions; 5.4 Polycentric Self-Governance; 6 Related and Future Work; 7 Summary and Conclusions; References; Contextualized Planning Using Social Practices; 1 Introduction; 2 Background; 2.1 2APL; 2.2 Case-Based Reasoning; 2.3 Work Practice Simulation; 3 Social Practices; 3.1 Social Intelligence and Social Practices; 3.2 Characteristics of Social Practices
3.3 Social Practices in Deliberation4 Scenario; 5 Discussion and Conclusion; References; Modelling the Impact of Role Specialisation on Cooperative Behaviour in Historic Trader Scenarios; 1 Introduction; 2 Dynamic Deontics; 2.1 Characteristics; 2.2 Operationalisation; 3 Historic Trader Scenarios; 4 Model; 5 Simulation Results; 5.1 Role Unification Without Norm Enforcement; 5.2 Role Unification with Norm Enforcement; 5.3 Role Specialisation Without Norm Enforcement; 5.4 Role Specialisation with Norm Enforcement; 6 Discussion, Conclusions and Outlook; References
Severity-Sensitive Robustness Analysis in Normative Systems1 Introduction; 2 ISR Scenario; 3 Formalization; 4 Normative Ranking of Possible Worlds; 4.1 Computing Pw; 4.2 Computing the Ranking; 5 Detailed Example; 6 Checking Robustness; 7 Discussion; 8 Conclusions; Building an Artificial Primitive Human Society: An Agent-Based Approach; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Background; 2.1 Simulation Environment and Settings; 3 Experimental Settings and Results; 4 Discussion; 5 Conclusion and Future Direction; References; Designing for Planned Emergence in Multi-agent Systems; 1 Introduction
2 OJAzzIC Overview3 Design Considerations; 3.1 Scenario; 3.2 Design Questions; 3.3 Designing an OJAzzIC Based System; 4 Incident Response Demonstration System; 4.1 Define the Goal Model; 4.2 Define the Organizational Model; 4.3 Define the Agent Capabilities Model; 4.4 Define the Role Model; 4.5 Establish Social Policies; 5 Observations; 6 Related Work; 7 Conclusion; References; Supporting Request Acceptance with Use Policies; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 3 Overview; 4 Requests and Use Policies; 4.1 Representations; 4.2 Conflict; 5 The Event Calculus Normative Model; 5.1 Event Calculus
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed January 22, 2016).
ISBN 9783319254203 (electronic bk.)
3319254200 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-25420-3
OCLC # 935692671
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319254197

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