Survey of MAS Methods and Platforms focusing on organizational concepts

 
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Argente, E. and Giret, A. and Valero, S. and Julian, V. and Botti, V. (2004) Survey of MAS Methods and Platforms focusing on organizational concepts. Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligent Research and Development, 113. pp. 309-316. ISSN 0922-6389

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Abstract

The study of organizations has acquired a great attention in the MAS area these last years. We present a survey of current multi-agent system methodologies and agent platforms, taking into account those ones that cope with organizational concepts. Moreover, we discuss the main characteristics and concepts of an organizationoriented methodology that must be taken into account, specially when designing open systems. Furthermore, we present two services giving organizational support to current agent platforms.

Deposited by Miss Estefania Argente on 27 December 2005

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