Towards an Organizational MAS Methodology

 
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Argente, Estefania and Julian, Vicente and Valero, Soledad and Botti, Vicente (2005) Towards an Organizational MAS Methodology. Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research and Development. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 1. pp. 397-404. ISSN 0922-6389

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Abstract

Organizations are a powerful way to coordinate complex behavior in human society. Thus, human organizations can serve as a basis for better understanding and designing open multi-agent systems. Organizational models have been recently used in agent theory for modelling coordination in open systems and to ensure social order in multi-agent system applications. This work discusses several organizational features of organization-oriented multiagent system methodologies and analyzes whether they take into account human organizational designs. Moreover, several guidelines that any organization-oriented MAS methodology must take into account are proposed.

Deposited by Miss Estefania Argente on 27 December 2005

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