Agent-Oriented Information Systems IV: 8th International by Manuel Kolp, Brian Henderson-Sellers, Haralambos Mouratidis,

By Manuel Kolp, Brian Henderson-Sellers, Haralambos Mouratidis, Alessandro Garcia, Aditya Ghose, Paolo Bresciani

This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the eighth overseas Bi-Conference Workshop on Agent-Oriented details platforms, AOIS 2005, held in Hakodate, Japan, May9, 2006 and Luxembourg, Luxembourg, June 6, 2006.

The thirteen revised complete papers offered have passed through rounds of reviewing and development and have been rigorously chosen for inclusion within the booklet. The papers are geared up in topical sections on Modelling, Methodologies, Agent-oriented software program Engineering, and Applications.

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The Role concept encompasses all instances of regulated roles; and each role encompasses its associated norms and organization. The Norm and Penalty concepts are specialized into sub-concepts according to the permitted, obliged and prohibited statuses of an act from Deontic Logic. In order to effectively be used in an open MASs, the DynaCROM ontology should be instantiated and it probably should be extended with both particular domain concepts and interaction norms. In the DynaCROM ontology, the interaction regulatory context should be implemented by following the representation pattern [26] from a Semantic Web Best Practices document.

E. Dellie answers to the Dellie Brazil supplier the price of US$100 for each CPU. f. The Dellie Brazil supplier multiplies the value (in US$) of each CPU by 500 and converts the value to CUP (Cuban Pesos), the Cuban national currency. The final price for the order is: US$100 * 500 = US$5000 * CUP1 = CUP5000. g. The Dellie Brazil supplier (being a Dellie Cuba customer) sends the order to a Dellie Cuba supplier with the value of CUP500 as a down payment for the placed order. h. The Dellie Cuba supplier informs the Dellie Brazil supplier that the value for the down payment is wrong because it is necessary to increase the final price by 15% as taxes.

For developers, DynaCROM decreases the complexity of norm management in two different cases. The first case is when norms need to be added, updated or deleted. For this case, simply updating the ontology instance concludes the evolution. The second case is when new compositions of contextual norms are desired. For this case, simply activating or deactivating existing rules or creating new ones concludes the evolution. The dynamics for manually customizing several compositions of contextual norms is given by different activations and deactivations of rules, which can be modified at system run-time.

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