Argente, Estefania and Julian, Vicente and Valero, Soledad and Botti, Vicente
Towards an Organizational MAS Methodology.
Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research and Development. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 1.
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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.
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