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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Similarly to institutions in human societies, Electronic Institutions (EI) provide structured frameworks for Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) to regulate agents' interactions. However, current EIs cannot regulate a previously existing dynamic social system and deal with its agent population behaviour changes. This paper suggests a solution consisting of two EI extensions to incorporate situatedness and adaptation to the institution. These two properties are usually present at an agent level, but thisdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-00443-8_9 fatcat:f4dn6lx24renhfmslmhc3xmr3m