Methodologies for the Engineering of complex Software systems: Agent-based approach (MEnSA)

Project Goal

The main objective of #mensa() is the creation of agent-oriented software engineering methodologies that support the development of complex software systems. The methodologies will assist the whole development processs, from the requirements analysis to the actual implementation of the systems, using a metamodel-based approach. The expected result is a contribute in filling the existing gap between agent-oriented methodologies and multi-agent technologies and infrastructures.

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MEnSA Related

Infrastructures

CArtAgO  |  JADE  |  MARS  |  RETSINA  |  RoleX  |  TOTA  |  TuCSoN  |  tuProlog

Methodologies

ADELFE  |  INGENIAS  |  MESSAGE  |  PASSI  |  Prometheus  |  SODA  |  Tropos

Standards

FIPA  |  FIPA Methodologies TC  |  SPEM  |  

Frameworks

OPF  |  EPF


MEnSA Data

— full name

Methodologies for the Engineering of complex Software systems: Agent-based approach

Links

Official Site  |  UniBo page

Framework

— body

MIUR

— call

PRIN 2006

Funding

— protocol no

2006095051

— overall budget

€ 255000,00

— UniBo budget

€ 85000,00

— MIUR grant

€ 178500,00

— MIUR grant / UniBo

€ 59500,00

Schedule

— duration

2007–2009

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