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An Architecture and Framework for Agent-Based Web Applications

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An Architecture and Framework for Agent-Based Web Applications
The construction of web applications is a complex task as different kinds of technologies need to be integrated. To ease the task of developing web applications many different web frameworks have been conceived. These frameworks aim at providing support for recurring and tedious development tasks and address complexity by separating the basic concerns of applications. Most of the currently available web frameworks adhere to the widely accepted Model 2 design pattern that targets a clean separation of model, view and controller parts of an application in the sense of the model view controller (MVC) pattern. In this paper it is shown how the basic Model 2 archiecture can be adapted for enabling its usage in combination with business logic realized with agent technology. Besides the architecture itself additionally its realization within the Jadex Webbridge framework is sketched.
Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CEEMAS
Authors Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach
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