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A Goal-Oriented Approach for Modelling Self-organising MAS

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A Goal-Oriented Approach for Modelling Self-organising MAS
Autonomous software agents provide a promising solution to the needs of decentralised networked systems, able to adapt their behaviour in a complex and dynamically changing environment. Current agent-oriented software engineering methodologies tend to focus on different levels to realise such a self-adapting behaviour, namely the agent individual level and the global system level. The first requires to design a goal-directed agent behaviour, the second to design agents able to optimize their coordination with other peer agents in the organization, giving rise to system-level adaptation. In this paper we propose to extend a goal-oriented engineering methodology to deal with the modelling of organisations that are able to self-organise in order to reach their goals in a changing environment. To deliver on this aim, we combine Tropos4AS, an extension of TROPOS for adaptive systems, with concepts, guidelines and modelling steps from the ADELFE methodology, which provides a bottom-up appro...
Mirko Morandini, Frédéric Migeon, Ma
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ESAW
Authors Mirko Morandini, Frédéric Migeon, Marie Pierre Gleizes, Christine Maurel, Loris Penserini, Anna Perini
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