Adaptive organizational changes in agent-oriented methodologies


Luca Cernuzzi, Franco Zambonelli

The Knowledge Engineering Review 26(2), pages 175-190, May 2011
Cambridge University Press

We analyze the problem of modeling and developing multiagent systems (MASs) from the organizational theory point of view. In particular, we focus on the critical issue of adapting MASs organizations whenever changes in the structure of the MAS are required. We survey different relevant agent-oriented methodologies and discuss their suitability in dealing with adaptation in multiagent organizations.
Finally, we present some critical considerations about the analyzed methodologies together with some open issues related to the process of modeling organizations for facilitating their adaptations.

 @article{gaia-ker26,
Author = {Cernuzzi, Luca and Zambonelli, Franco},
Doi = {10.1017/S0269888911000014},
Issn = {0269-8889},
Issn-Online = {1469-8005},
Journal = {The Knowledge Engineering Review},
Month = may,
Number = 2,
Pages = {175--190},
Publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
Title = {Adaptive organizational changes in agent-oriented methodologies},
Url = {http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?aid=8274008},
Volume = 26,
Year = 2011

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Luca Cernuzzi, Franco Zambonelli

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published

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The Knowledge Engineering Review

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26

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2

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175-190

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May 2011

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10.1017/S0269888911000014

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