Deontic Logic and Artificial Normative Systems: 8th International Workshop on Deontic Logic in Computer Science, DEON 2006, Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 12-14, 2006, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Deontic Logic in Computer Science, DEON 2006, held in Utrecht, Netherlands in July 2006. Presents 18 revised full papers together with the abstracts of 3 invited talks. The papers are devoted to the relationship between normative concepts and computer science, artificial intelligence, philosophy, organization theory, and law. Special emphasis is placed on artificial normative systems.

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Abstracts of Invited Papers.- Roles, Counts-as and Deontic and Action Logics.- Norms and Electronic Institutions.- Emotion Models for Situated Normative Systems?.- Contributed Papers.- Addressing Moral Problems Through Practical Reasoning.- A Logical Architecture of a Normative System.- Delegation of Power in Normative Multiagent Systems.- Strategic Deontic Temporal Logic as a Reduction to ATL, with an Application to Chisholm’s Scenario.- Acting with an End in Sight.- A State/Event Temporal Deontic Logic.- Speech Acts with Institutional Effects in Agent Societies.- Counts-as: Classification or Constitution? An Answer Using Modal Logic.- Don’t Ever Do That! Long-Term Duties in PD e L.- On the Normative Aspect of Signalling Conventions.- Permissions and Uncontrollable Propositions in DSDL3: Non-monotonicity and Algorithms.- Conflicting Obligations in Multi-agent Deontic Logic.- Intermediate Concepts in Normative Systems.- Propositional Quantifiers in Deontic Logic.- A Question of Trust: Assessing the Fulfillment of Commitments in Terms of Strategies.- The Deontic Component of Action Language .- A Complete and Decidable Axiomatisation for Deontic Interpreted Systems.- Sequences, Obligations, and the Contrary-to-Duty Paradox.

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