Agent-Oriented Modeling and Agent-Based Simulation

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Agent-Oriented Modeling and Agent-Based Simulation
Agent-oriented modeling of software and information systems and agent-based simulation are commonly viewed as two separate fields with different concepts and techniques. We argue that a sufficiently expressive agentoriented modeling language for information systems analysis and design should – with some minor extensions – also be usable for specifying simulation models that can be executed by an agent-based simulation system. Specifically, we investigate the suitability of the Agent-Object-Relationship modeling language (AORML) proposed in [Wag03] for simulation. We show that the AOR metamodel and the meta-model of discrete event simulation can be combined into a model of agent-based discrete event simulation in a natural way.
Gerd Wagner, Florin Tulba
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Updated 06 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ER
Authors Gerd Wagner, Florin Tulba
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