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By Lou Goble, John-Jules Ch. Meyer

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This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the eighth overseas Workshop on Deontic common sense in laptop technology, DEON 2006, held in Utrecht, Netherlands in July 2006.

The 18 revised complete papers awarded including the abstracts of three invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the booklet. The papers are dedicated to the connection among normative suggestions and machine technology, man made intelligence, philosophy, association conception, and legislation. as well as those themes, distinctive emphasis is put on synthetic normative structures, their concept, specification and implementation, equivalent to digital associations, norm-regulated multi-agent structures and synthetic agent societies generally.

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In this paper we study a logical architecture using input/output operations corresponding to the functionality of logical components. We illustrate how the architectural approach can be used to develop a logic of a normative system based on logics of counts-as conditionals, institutional constraints, obligations and permissions. In this example we adapt for counts-as conditionals and institutional constraints a proposal of Jones and Sergot, and for obligations and permissions we adapt the input/output logic framework of Makinson and van der Torre.

The merger of the two sets is defined as follows merge(X, Y ) = {Cn(x ∪ Y ) | x ∈ X} The combination of the counts-as conditionals and the permissions is analogous to the combination of the counts-as conditionals and obligations. Definition 10 (x, y) ∈ outIC+CA (IC, CA, s), (y, Z) ∈ outP (P, s) (x, Z) ∈ outIC+CA+P (IC, CA, P, s) Finally, we consider the output of the normative system. For obligations, the output of the institutional constraints is merged with the output of the permissions component A Logical Architecture of a Normative System 33 as defined in Definition 9.

22 K. Atkinson and T. Bench-Capon Law 2. Any agent in Hal’s position is forbidden to take the insulin unless he pays compensation. This fails to produce the desired outcome in q1 , where it leads to q7 . Law 3. Any agent in Hal’s position is permitted to take the insulin, but is obliged to compensate if he is able to. This will reach a desired outcome in all states, and is even-handed between agents in Hal and Carla’s positions in q0 . In q3 , however, it favours the interests of agents in Carla’s position over agents in Hal’s position by determining which of the two agents ends up with money.

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