Simon Miles, Mike Joy, Michael Luck

Agent-oriented software engineering (AOSE) is a promising approach to developing applications for dynamic open systems. If well developed, these applications can be opportunistic, taking advantage of services implemented by other developers at appropriate times. However, methodologies are needed to aid the development of systems that are both flexible enough to be opportunistic and tightly defined by the application requirements. In this paper, we investigate how developers can choose the coordination mechanisms of agents so that the agents will best fulfil application requirements in an open system.

Engineering Societies in the Agents World IIII, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2577, pages 241-256, 2003.
Paolo Petta, Robert Tolksdorf, Franco Zambonelli (eds.), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
3rd International Workshop (ESAW 2002), Madrid, Spain, September 16-17, 2002, Revised Papers
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Address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
Author = {Miles, Simon and Joy, Mike and Luck, Michael},
Booktitle = {Engineering Societies in the Agents World {III}},
Doi = {10.1007/3-540-39173-8\_18},
Editor = {Petta, Paolo and Tolksdorf, Robert and Zambonelli, Franco},
Isbn = {3-540-14009-3},
Location = {Madrid, Spain},
Note = {3rd International Workshop, ESAW 2002, Madrid, Spain, September 16-17, 2002, Revised Papers},
Pages = {241--256},
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Publisher = {Springer},
Series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
Title = {Towards a Methodology for Coordination Mechanism Selection in Open Systems},
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Volume = 2577,
Year = 2003}

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