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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Norms represent what ought to be done, and their fulfillment can be seen as benefiting the overall system, society or organisation. However, individual agent goals (desire) may conflict with system norms. If a decision to comply with a norm is determined exclusively by an agent or, conversely, if norms are rigidly enforced, then system performance may be degraded, and individual agent goals may be inappropriately obstructed. To prevent such deleterious effects we propose a general framework fordoi:10.1007/978-3-642-00207-6_2 fatcat:2wx74a6oizdgzif2jdif3yp6z4