A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process fragments selection

Salvatore Gaglio, Abder Koukam, Nicolas Gaud, Stephane Galland, Vincent Hilaire, Salvatore Gaglio, Cossentino, Massimo Cossentino

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Abstract

The construction of ad-hoc design processes is more and more required today. In this paper we present our approach for the construction of a new design process following the Situational Method Engineering paradigm. We mainly focus on the selection and assembly activities on the base of what we consider a key element in agent design processes: the MAS metamodel. The paper presents an algorithm establishing a priority order in the realization (instantiation) of MAS metamodel elements by the fragments that will compose the new process.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Pagine86-100
Numero di pagine15
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2009

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Metamodel
Design Process
Fragment
Chemical elements
Paradigm
Engineering

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Computer Science(all)

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Gaglio, S., Koukam, A., Gaud, N., Galland, S., Hilaire, V., Gaglio, S., ... Cossentino, M. (2009). A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process fragments selection. 86-100.

A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process fragments selection. / Gaglio, Salvatore; Koukam, Abder; Gaud, Nicolas; Galland, Stephane; Hilaire, Vincent; Gaglio, Salvatore; Cossentino; Cossentino, Massimo.

2009. 86-100.

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Gaglio, S, Koukam, A, Gaud, N, Galland, S, Hilaire, V, Gaglio, S, Cossentino & Cossentino, M 2009, 'A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process fragments selection', pagg. 86-100.
Gaglio S, Koukam A, Gaud N, Galland S, Hilaire V, Gaglio S e altri. A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process fragments selection. 2009.
Gaglio, Salvatore ; Koukam, Abder ; Gaud, Nicolas ; Galland, Stephane ; Hilaire, Vincent ; Gaglio, Salvatore ; Cossentino ; Cossentino, Massimo. / A MAS metamodel-driven approach to process fragments selection. 15 pag.
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