With this booklet, Onn Shehory and Arnon Sturm, including additional individuals, introduce the reader to varied features of agent-oriented software program engineering (AOSE). they supply a specific number of state of the art findings, which mixes examine from info platforms, synthetic intelligence, disbursed structures, and software program engineering and covers crucial improvement facets of agent-based systems.
The e-book chapters are prepared into 5 components. the 1st half introduces the AOSE area quite often, together with advent to brokers and the peculiarities of software program engineering for constructing MAS. the second one half describes basic facets of AOSE, like architectural types, layout styles, and verbal exchange. subsequent, half 3 discusses AOSE methodologies and linked study instructions, and elaborates on Prometheus, O-MaSE, and INGENIAS. half 4 then addresses agent-oriented programming languages. ultimately, the 5th half offers reports on the topic of the implementation of brokers and multi-agent systems.
The booklet not just presents a accomplished evaluation of layout methods for specifying agent-based platforms, but in addition covers implementation points akin to conversation, criteria, and instruments and environments for constructing agent-based platforms. it's hence of curiosity to researchers, practitioners, and scholars who're attracted to exploring the agent paradigm for constructing software program platforms.
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