Whitestein Series in Software Agent Technologies and Autonomic ComputingOrganizational Principles for Multi-Agent Architectures [1ed.]9783764372132, 3-7643-7213-3

Author : Chris van Aart
"""Description:The general question addressed in this book ""How can human organizational principles be used for multi-agent architectures?"" is answered by an exploration of the possibilities to design multi-agent systems as artificial organizations. Key topics of this book: - a framework for multi-agent system design, based on human organizational notions and principles for distributed intelligent systems design - ""Coordination mechanisms"" in the form of ""Problem Solving Methods"", which can assist ""Managers"" and agent engineers in reasoning about coordination - the ""Five Capabilities (5C) model"" which is a conceptual framework bases on a generalization of typical agent intelligence competences, such as ""autonomy"", ""interaction"", ""pro-activeness"" and ""reactiveness"" - a multi-agent architecture capable of (semi)automatic reuse of Problem Solving Methods - ""Ontology-based communication"", in which the meaning and intention of message contents in agent communication is specified in ""message content ontologies""."""
Categories: Art Design: Architecture
Year :2005
Publisher : Birkhuser Basel
Language : English
N° Of Pages : 206
File Info : pdf 2 Mb