Alessandro Ricci, Andrea Omicini, Enrico Denti  

Agents and multiagent systems (MAS) have already proved suitable for dealing with the complexity of today B2B application scenarios.
Application environments such as virtual enterprises (VE) and inter-organisational workflow management systems (WfMS) specially call for the integration of heterogeneous resources, services, and processes.
In this article we first recognise VE and workflow management as agent coordination problems, then discuss how objective coordination – that is, coordination from outside agents – can help to model VE and WfMS.
Finally, we show the impact of an agent coordination infrastructure like TuCSoN on the engineering of highly dynamic VE and WfMS, by discussing a simple case study.

International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems 11(3/4), pages 355-379, September-December 2002.
Matthias Klusch, Franco Zambonelli (eds.), World Scientific.
Special Issue: Cooperative Information Agents — Best Papers of CIA 2001

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Publication

Virtual Enterprises and Workflow Management as Agent Coordination Issues

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published  

— authors

Alessandro Ricci, Andrea Omicini, Enrico Denti

— editors

Matthias Klusch, Franco Zambonelli

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10.1142/S0218843002000637

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2-s2.0-0036742772

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000178160900009

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0218-8430

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tucson-ijcis11
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IJCIS

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