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According to Jones and Sergot , the fact that A counts-as B in context C is read as a statement to the effect that A represents conditions for guaranteeing the applicability of particular classificatory categories. The counts-as guarantees the soundness of that inference, and enables “new” classifications which would otherwise not hold. An alternative view of the counts-as relation is proposed by Grossi et al. [4]: according to the classificatory perspective A counts-as B in context C is interpreted as: A is L.

Governatori, N. Rotolo, and G. Sartor. Declarative power, representation, and mandate. A formal analysis. In Procs. of JURIX 02. IOS press, 2002. 12. B. Hansson. An analysis of some deontic logics. Nˆous, 3:373–398, 1969. 13. F. S. Rao. An architecture for real-time reasoning and system control. IEEE Expert, 7(6), 1992. 14. A. Jones and M. Sergot. A formal characterisation of institutionalised power. Journal of IGPL, 3:427–443, 1996. A Logical Architecture of a Normative System 35 15. E. Laird, A.

In our model [5], constitutive rules have also other roles, in particular, they specify how the normative system can change. In this sense a normative multiagent system is a system in the sense that it specifies itself how it can change. Since it is a socially constructed agent, it cannot directly change itself. Rather it relies on the actions of agents playing roles in it, like legislators, which count as changes of the system. Delegation of Power in Normative Multiagent Systems 41 4 Level of Abstractions in the Definition of Norms Obligations and counts-as relations can be defined at different levels of abstraction.

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