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Design of Collaborative Information Agents

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Design of Collaborative Information Agents
Effective development of nontrivial systems of collaborative information agents requires that an in-depth analysis is made resulting in (1) specification of requirements at different levels of the system, (2) specification of design structures, and (3) a systematic verification. To support a widespread use of intelligent information agents for the Internet, the challenges are (1) to identify and classify a variety of instances of the different types of reusable (requirement, design and proof) patterns, (2) build libraries of them, and (3) provide corresponding easy-to-use plug-in information agent components to the common user. In a simplified example it is shown which types of reusable requirements patterns, design patterns, and proof patterns can be exploited, and how these patterns relate to each other.
Catholijn M. Jonker, Matthias Klusch, Jan Treur
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where CIA
Authors Catholijn M. Jonker, Matthias Klusch, Jan Treur
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