The SODA Methodology: Meta-Model and Process Documentation


Ambra Molesini, Andrea Omicini

The SODA methodology deals with MAS analysis and design, and focuses on critical issues such as agent coordination and MAS-environment interaction. After its first formulation, in order to further meet the needs of complex MAS engineering, SODA was extended to embody both the layering principle and the Agents & Artifacts (A&A) meta-model. As a result, both the SODA meta- model and the SODA process were re-defined, also to include two new phases— Requirement Analysis and Architectural Design. This chapter is then devoted to the documentation of the complete SODA process according to the FIPA standard.

Handbook on Agent-Oriented Design Processes, pages 407-461,  2014.
Massimo Cossentino, Vincent Hilaire, Ambra Molesini, Valeria Seidita (eds.), Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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