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4 4 Another similar example is when an agent makes two offers that differ only in the deadlines. In that case, the commitment with the earlier deadline ‘subsumes’ the one with the later deadline. 30 M. Dastani, L. van der Torre, and N. Yorke-Smith This example illustrates that the agents must be careful to distinguish propositions. In this case, the agents should syntactically distinguish the two propositions referring to pay 20 euro, and it is left to the agent to prevent this undesired interference.
Dignum S where S is the state domain S occurring from F . If σ1 , σ2 ∈ S and α ∈ A α and −→ (σ1 , α) = σ2 then we write σ1 −→ σ2 . ,αn ] −→ = σ −→ −→ σ Deﬁnition 4. A goal g is a pair < P, R >, where P and R specify which ﬂuents are true and false, respectively, in order for a state to be considered a goal state. In order to proceed to the deﬁnition of a plan, we assume the existence of an initial state σ0 where σ0 ∈ S. Then: Deﬁnition 5. A plan is a sequence of actions such that the state that results from executing the actions in order from the initial state satisﬁes the goal conditions.
3 Redundancy Redundancy properties concern communication actions that, if omitted as part of a sequence of communication actions, do not change the final set of institutional facts . We confine ourselves to an example of a redundancy property, as follows. , containing the following two rules: Cvt (x, y, p, q, d1 , d2 ) =⇒sr addy,BL Cvc (x, y, p, q, d1 , d2 ) =⇒sr addy,BL In the context of our running example, we say that an offer is blacklist redundant if it does not change the situations in which an agent will be blacklisted.