A proposal of process fragment definition and documentation

Antonio Chella, Valeria Seidita, Massimo Cossentino

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Abstract

This paper focuses on the field of Situational Method Engineering (SME) for the construction of agent-oriented design processes. Whatever SME approach a method designer wants to use, he has to manage two main elements: the (method or process) fragment and the repository where it is stored. Specific fragment definition and documentation are fundamental during these activities, for new process composition, and for the consequent system design activities. This paper aims at illustrating a proposal of fragment definition and documentation. This proposal is aimed to be an input for the IEEE FIPA Design Process Documentation and Fragmentation working group and, as regards our own research work, this is the ideal completion of the methodological practices prescribed in the PRoDe approach for new processes composition. © 2012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteMulti-Agent Systems. 9th European Workshop, EUMAS 2011
Pagine221-237
Numero di pagine17
Volume7541
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2012

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Chella, A., Seidita, V., & Cossentino, M. (2012). A proposal of process fragment definition and documentation. In Multi-Agent Systems. 9th European Workshop, EUMAS 2011 (Vol. 7541, pagg. 221-237). (LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE).

A proposal of process fragment definition and documentation. / Chella, Antonio; Seidita, Valeria; Cossentino, Massimo.

Multi-Agent Systems. 9th European Workshop, EUMAS 2011. Vol. 7541 2012. pag. 221-237 (LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE).

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Chella, A, Seidita, V & Cossentino, M 2012, A proposal of process fragment definition and documentation. in Multi-Agent Systems. 9th European Workshop, EUMAS 2011. vol. 7541, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, pagg. 221-237.
Chella A, Seidita V, Cossentino M. A proposal of process fragment definition and documentation. In Multi-Agent Systems. 9th European Workshop, EUMAS 2011. Vol. 7541. 2012. pag. 221-237. (LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE).
Chella, Antonio ; Seidita, Valeria ; Cossentino, Massimo. / A proposal of process fragment definition and documentation. Multi-Agent Systems. 9th European Workshop, EUMAS 2011. Vol. 7541 2012. pagg. 221-237 (LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE).
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