Agent oriented software engineering with INGENIAS

 
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Gomez-Sanz, Jorge and Pavon, Juan (2003) Agent oriented software engineering with INGENIAS. In: 3rd International Central and Eastern European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems, CEEMAS 2003, June 16-18, 2003, Prague, Czech Republic.

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Abstract

INGENIAS is both a methodology and a set of tools for development of multi-agent systems (MAS). As a methodology, it tries to integrate results from other proposals and considers the MAS from five complementary viewpoints: organization, agent, tasks/goals, interactions, and environment. It is supported by a set of tools for modelling (graphical editor), documentation and code generation (for different agent platforms). INGENIAS is the result of the experience developing MAS in different areas, such as workflow management systems, recommender systems, Robocode teams, and PC assistants.

Deposited by Dr. Jorge /J.J. Gomez-Sanz on 28 March 2005

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