Sciweavers

Share
SELMAS
2004
Springer

CAMLE: A Caste-Centric Agent-Oriented Modelling Language and Environment

10 years 15 days ago
CAMLE: A Caste-Centric Agent-Oriented Modelling Language and Environment
Abstract. This paper presents an agent-oriented modelling language and environment CAMLE. It is based on the conceptual model of multi-agent systems (MAS) proposed and formally defined in the formal specification language SLABS. It is caste-centric because the notion of caste plays the central role in its methodology. Caste is the classifier of agents in our language. It allows multiple and dynamic classifications of agents. It serves as the template of agents and can be used to model a wide variety of MAS concepts, such as roles, agent societies, etc. The language supports modelling MAS at both macro-level for the global properties and behaviours of the system and micro-level for properties and behaviours of the agents. The environment provides tools for constructing graphic MAS models in CAMLE, automatically checking consistency berious views and models at different levels of abstraction, and automatically transforming models into formal specifications in SLABS. The uses of the CAMLE...
Lijun Shan, Hong Zhu
Added 02 Jul 2010
Updated 02 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where SELMAS
Authors Lijun Shan, Hong Zhu
Comments (0)
books