Situated Artificial Institution to Support Advanced Regulation in the Field of Crisis Management

Abstract : This paper highlights the use of Situated Artificial Institution (SAI) within an hybrid, interactive, normative multi-agent system to regulate human collaboration in crisis management. Norms regulate the actions of human actors based on the dynamics of the environment in which they are situated. This dynamics result both from environment evolution and actors actions. Our objective is to couple norms to environment state to provide a context aware crisis regulation. Introducing a constitutive level between environmental and normative states provides a loosely coupling of norms with the environment. Norms are thus no more referring to environmental facts but to status functions, i.e. institutional interpretation of environmental facts through constitutive rules. We present how this declarative and distinct SAI modelling succeeds in managing the interpretation of the events while taking into account organizational context.
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Maiquel de Brito, Thevin Lauren, Catherine Garbay, Olivier Boissier, Jomi Fred Hübner. Situated Artificial Institution to Support Advanced Regulation in the Field of Crisis Management. Yves Demazeau, Keith S. Decker, Javier Bajo Pérez, Fernando de la Prieta. Advances in Practical Applications of Agents, Multi-Agent Systems, and Sustainability: The PAAMS Collection, 9086, Springer, pp 66-79, 2015, 13th International Conference, PAAMS 2015, Salamanca, Spain, June 3-4, 2015, Proceedings, 978-3-319-18943-7. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-18944-4_6⟩. ⟨⟩. ⟨emse-01155106⟩



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