Applying Process Document Standarization to INGENIAS

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Juan Carlos González-Moreno-Moreno, Alma Gómez-Rodríguez
Olivier Boissier, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, Salima Hassas, Nicolas Maudet (eds.)
MALLOW-2010 – The Multi-Agent Logics, Languages, and Organisations Federated Workshops 2010, pages (II-DPDF) 67-78
CEUR Workshop Proceedings 627
Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University

The increasing interest on Agent Oriented Software Engineering in the last years is mainly due to its suitability for the design and implementation of huge, complex, distributed systems. In this field, special attention has been paid to development processes, because of direct correlation between the quality of the product and the process followed to obtain it. At the moment, there is neither a formal specification to define the activities to develop, the participants and the deliverables, nor guidance about the elements to introduce in the model or how these relate with each other. The use of standard notations may make it easier to describe the process, the resources and the mandatory deliverables. The IEEE FIPA Design Process Documentation and Fragmentation working group has proposed a template in order to cover this gap. This paper provides a first attempt at considering the results obtained by applying the proposed template to a well known development process proposed by the INGENIAS methodology for the construction of a multi-agent system.

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