By Brian Henderson-Sellers, Paolo Giorgini
Agent-Oriented Methodologies provides, analyzes and compares the main major methodological ways at the moment on hand for the production of agent-oriented software program platforms. The chapters of this publication every one handle the main points of 1 particular agent-oriented technique, written through the unique method creators. They spotlight the technique information and in addition the strengths and motivation. every one bankruptcy additionally notes any useful omissions andweaknesses and every ends with a small case research to exemplify the applying of the methodological method. Agent-Oriented Methodologies bargains using a mode engineering method in accordance with the OPEN method Framework (OPF) to collect those possibly disparate methodological techniques to maintain themethodology builders and researchers use in making a extra holistic method that might be compatible for adoption via software program builders.
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