Luca Cernuzzi, Ambra Molesini, Andrea Omicini

Gaia was the first complete methodology proposed for the development of multi-agent systems (MASs), and was subsequently improved to designing and building systems in complex, open environments. Gaia focuses on the use of the organizational abstractions to drive the analysis and design of MAS. Gaia models both the macro (social) aspects and the micro (agent internals) aspects of MAS, and devotes a specific effort to model the organizational structure and the organizational rules that govern the global behavior of the agents in the organization. In this chapter we present the complete documentation of the Gaia process following the IEEE-FIPA Documentation Template.

Handbook on Agent-Oriented Design Processes, pages 141-172,  2014.
Massimo Cossentino, Vincent Hilaire, Ambra Molesini, Valeria Seidita (eds.), Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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Publications

Publication

— authors

Luca Cernuzzi, Ambra Molesini, Andrea Omicini

— editors

Massimo Cossentino, Vincent Hilaire, Ambra Molesini, Valeria Seidita

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published

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book chapter

Venue

— volume

Handbook on Agent-Oriented Design Processes

— pages

141-172

— publication date

2014

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original page

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— DOI

10.1007/978-3-642-39975-6_6

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11585/480570

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2-s2.0-85021845440

— print ISBN

978-3-642-39974-9

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978-3-642-39975-6

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gaia-aodphandbook2014
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incollection

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