The Gaia2JADE process for multi-agent systems development
Moraitis, Pavlos; Spanoudakis, Nikolaos (2006), The Gaia2JADE process for multi-agent systems development, Applied Artificial Intelligence, 20, 2-4, p. 251-273. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08839510500484249
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Résumé (EN)In this paper we present the Gaia2JADE process concerning how one can implement a multi-agent system with the JADE framework using the Gaia methodology for analysis and design purposes. This process is particularly dedicated to the conversion of Gaia models to JADE code. It is described using the Software Process Engineering Metamodel (SPEM) and extends the one proposed by FIPA for describing the Gaia modeling process. Thus, it proposes to potential MAS developers a process that covers the full software development lifecycle. This work is based on the experience we have acquired by applying this process for implementing a real-word multi-agent system conceived for providing e-services to mobile users. With this paper, we share this experience with future multi-agent systems (MAS) developers, who would like to follow this process, taking into account several technical issues that emerged during the implementation phase, helping them to easily model and implement their systems.
Mots-clésmulti-agent system; Gaia2JADE process
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