In the multi-agent scenario, interaction among agents is an issue that must be faced in an appropriate way. Modeling interactions by roles can simplify the development of the interactions in agent-based applications. The BRAIN framework proposes an interaction model based on roles, an XML notation to define roles, and interaction infrastructures based on the role model and notation. In this paper we explain how the BRAIN framework can be exploited in the different phases of the development of applications where agents play roles. The general advantage is that the development phases rely on the same information, adapted to different needs, granting coherence and continuity during the development.

Supporting the Development of Multi-agent Interactions Via Roles / Cabri, Giacomo; Ferrari, L; Leonardi, Letizia. - STAMPA. - 3950:(2006), pp. 154-166. ((Intervento presentato al convegno AOSE: International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering tenutosi a Utrecht, The Netherlands nel July 25, 2005.

Supporting the Development of Multi-agent Interactions Via Roles

CABRI, Giacomo;LEONARDI, Letizia
2006

Abstract

In the multi-agent scenario, interaction among agents is an issue that must be faced in an appropriate way. Modeling interactions by roles can simplify the development of the interactions in agent-based applications. The BRAIN framework proposes an interaction model based on roles, an XML notation to define roles, and interaction infrastructures based on the role model and notation. In this paper we explain how the BRAIN framework can be exploited in the different phases of the development of applications where agents play roles. The general advantage is that the development phases rely on the same information, adapted to different needs, granting coherence and continuity during the development.
AOSE: International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
Utrecht, The Netherlands
July 25, 2005
3950
154
166
Cabri, Giacomo; Ferrari, L; Leonardi, Letizia
Supporting the Development of Multi-agent Interactions Via Roles / Cabri, Giacomo; Ferrari, L; Leonardi, Letizia. - STAMPA. - 3950:(2006), pp. 154-166. ((Intervento presentato al convegno AOSE: International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering tenutosi a Utrecht, The Netherlands nel July 25, 2005.
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