SODA: Societies and Infrastructures in the Analysis and Design of Agent-based Systems


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Andrea Omicini

Paolo Ciancarini, Michael J. Wooldridge (eds.)
“Agent-Oriented Software Engineering”, pages 185-193
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1957
Springer
2001

The notion of society should play a central role in agent-oriented software engineering as a first-class abstraction around which complex systems can be designed and built as multi-agent systems. We argue that an effective agent-oriented methodology should account for inter-agent aspects by providing engineers with specific abstractions and tools for the analysis and design of agent societies and agent environments.
In this paper, we outline the SODA agent-oriented methodology for the analysis and design of Internet-based systems.
Based on the core notion of task, SODA promotes the separation of individual and social issues, and focuses on the social aspects of agent-oriented software engineering.
In particular, SODA allow the agent environment to be explicitly modelled and mapped onto suitably-defined agent infrastructures.

1st International Workshop (AOSE 2000), Limerick, Ireland, 10 June 2000. Revised Papers

Journals & Series

Publication

— authors

— editors

Paolo Ciancarini, Michael J. Wooldridge

— status

published

— sort

paper in proceedings

— publication date

2001

— volume

Agent-Oriented Software Engineering

— series

Lecture Notes in Computer Science

— volume

1957

— pages

185-193

URLs

original page

identifiers

— DOI

10.1007/3-540-44564-1_12

— ACM

10.1007/3-540-44564-1_12

— Scopus

2-s2.0-70350650941

— print ISSN

0302-9743

— print ISBN

978-3-540-41594-7

— online ISBN

978-3-540-44564-7

— ISBN–10

3-540-41594-7

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1st International Workshop (AOSE 2000), Limerick, Ireland, 10 June 2000. Revised Papers

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