Monitoring and enforcement as a second-order guidance problem
van Engers, T.M.
This paper aims to set up a conceptual framework for studying the second-order guidance problem—that is, designing coordination mechanisms for autonomous actors by means of adequate monitoring and enforcement measures—in a way which is sensible for designers and users of data-sharing infrastructures such as digital market-places. The paper outlines a minimal, but reusable and extensible computational model to test the sustainability of diverse norm implementations, evaluating it against relevant higher-level models presented in the literature.
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Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 334 (334), 255-258