Knowledge Representation for High-Level Norms and Violation Inference in Logic Programming

20 Jan 2018Babatunde Opeoluwa AkinkunmiMoyin Florence Babalola

Most of the knowledge Representation formalisms developed for representing prescriptive norms can be categorized as either suitable for representing either low level or high level norms.We argue that low level norm representations do not advance the cause of autonomy in agents in the sense that it is not the agent itself that determines the normative position it should be at a particular time, on the account of a more general rule. In other words an agent on some external system for a nitty gritty prescriptions of its obligations and prohibitions... (read more)

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