Magnus Hjelmblom is a senior lecturer in Computer Science but is part of the Decision, Risk and Policy Analysis (DRP) group. His research interests mainly revolve around norm regulation of agent systems, a topic that lies in the boundary between DRP and Computer Science. In his dissertation, Norm-Regulation of Agent Systems: Instrumentalizing an algebraic approach to agent system norms, Magnus Hjelmblom has developed a general programming framework for normative systems. Another of his areas of interest is analysis and development of decision support systems.
I am part of the research group in Decision, Risk and Policy Analysis (DRP) at the University of Gävle. I am among other things interested in norm-regulation of agent systems, an area which borders both DRP and Computer Science. Another area of interest is decision support systems.
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Norm-regulated Transition System Situations
Java/Prolog implementation of Norm-regulated Transition System Situations. Download source code from the Bentham folder (below) or from Sourceforge.