By Christian Detweiler, Koen Hindriks, Catholijn Jonker (auth.), Danny Weyns, Marie-Pierre Gleizes (eds.)
Since the mid Nineteen Eighties, software program brokers and multi-agent structures have grown right into a very energetic sector of study and likewise advertisement improvement task. one of many restricting components in take-up of agent-technology, even if, is the inability of sufficient software program engineering aid. The Agent-Oriented software program Engineering Workshop, AOSE, specializes in the synergies and go fertilization among software program engineering and agent research.
This quantity offers either completely revised chosen papers from the AOSE 2010 workshop held at AAMAS 2010 in Toronto, Canada in may perhaps 2010 in addition to invited articles by way of prime researchers within the box. The papers hide a extensive diversity of themes concerning software program engineering and agent-based structures, with specific consciousness to the mixing of ideas and strategies from multi-agent structures with traditional engineering ways at the one hand, and to the combination of agent-oriented software program engineering and methodologies with traditional engineering tactics at the different hand.
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3 Modeling Contracts Our proposed methodology has two phases: first, it involves mapping the contract text to the commitments model introduced in Table 1; and, second, it involves applying rules to this mapping to check for robustness. The first phase of our methodology consists of a number of steps, with each step identifying certain artifacts within the contract, and verifying whether these artifacts meet some prerequisites to ensure the contract is correct and robust in basic ways. For example, verifying might mean ensuring that no commitment has the same creditor as debtor, and that it is clear when the contract begins and ceases to have force.
In addition, we focus on web-based systems with some components that are software agents. Many software systems are not operating in isolation, but are in a distributed and dynamic environment like the web, where new problems such as trust and coordination between components become important. Even though MASs have characteristics that may be A Case for New Directions in AOSE 39 appropriate to solve these problems, alternative technologies such as serviceoriented computing (SOC) are being chosen, because of a lack of reusable agent assets .
The product is what an agent actually wants, whereas the process is the means by which the product is brought about. The product may be an artifact or an activity taking place or something holding true about the world. Significantly, it is often the case that a product can be evaluated by its consumer whereas the process is usually hidden. The assumed circumstances constitute normal, expected operation: a contract sets up expectations about what each party will do and does so assuming the rest of the world works in a particular way.
Agent-Oriented Software Engineering XI: 11th International Workshop, AOSE 2010, Toronto, Canada, May 10-11, 2010, Revised Selected Papers by Christian Detweiler, Koen Hindriks, Catholijn Jonker (auth.), Danny Weyns, Marie-Pierre Gleizes (eds.)