Advanced Topics in Agent-Oriented Computing (2006/2007)

Last modified by Andrea Omicini on 27/01/2021 17:00

Abstract of the Course

The agent-oriented paradigm changes the way in which complex computational systems are conceived and built. In this course, we take a deep look at the theoretical foundations of agent-oriented computing, and develop an original perspective upon its applications within several key areas. Among the main topics of the course: 

  • Signs of a revolution. From objects to agents
  • Models & meta-models. The Agents & Artifacts (A&A) approach
  • Agent intelligence and tools: beware of the Agens Faber
  • Interaction, communication, coordination, organisation, security: survey, infrastructures, and the A&A perspective
  • Agent-Oriented Software Engineering: methodology survey, and the A&A perspective
  • Agent-oriented simulation: survey, and the A&A perspective
  • Self-* props, autonomic computing and multiagent systems: survey, and the A&A perspective

    

Course Data

Main Professor
 
Links
 
A.Y.
2006/2007
 
Context
(cycle)
PhD
(3rd cycle (PhD) course)
Dottorato in Ingegneria Elettronica, Informatica e delle Telecomunicazioni
(department/faculty/school)
ICT International Doctorate School
(university)
Università di Trento
 
IDs
(course ID)
22406

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