Building an Agent Methodology from Fragments: the MEnSA experience

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Mariachiara Puviani, Massimo Cossentino, Giacomo Cabri, Ambra Molesini

To fill the existing gap between agent-oriented methodologies and multi-agent system infrastructures, in the MEnSA project we studied how to build a new methodology that takes into consideration the infrastructures' features. Our aim was not to create a new-brand methodology, so we reused "fragments" of existing methodologies by composing them through the Situational Method Engineering (SME) approach. In this paper we present our approach, the work we have done to compose the new methodology, briefly the resulting methodology, and some lessons learned.

25th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2010), pages 920-927, March 2010.
Sung Y. Shin, Sascha Ossowski, Mathew J. Palakal, Chih-Cheng Hung (eds.), ACM
Special Track on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering Methodologies Infrastructures, and Processes, 25th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (AOMIP@SAC 2010), 22-26 March 2010, Sierre, Switzerland
@inproceedings{mensa-aomip2010,
Author = {Puviani, Mariachiara and Cossentino, Massimo and Cabri, Giacomo and Molesini, Ambra},
Booktitle = {25th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2010)},
Doi = {10.1145/1774088.1774279},
Editor = {Shin, Sung Y. and Ossowski, Sascha and Palakal, Mathew J. and Hung, Chih-Cheng},
Isbn = {978-1-60558-638-0},
Month = {22--26~} # mar,
Note = {Special Track on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering Methodologies Infrastructures, and Processes, 25th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (AOMIP@SAC 2010), 22--26 March 2010, Sierre, Switzerland},
Pages = {920--927},
Publisher = {ACM},
ScopusId = {2-s2.0-77954729184},
Title = {Building an Agent Methodology from Fragments: the {MEnSA} experience},
Volume = {II},
Year = 2010}

    

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