Agent-Based Technologies and Applications for Enterprise by Christoph Gerdes, Udo Bartlang, Jörg P. Müller (auth.),

By Christoph Gerdes, Udo Bartlang, Jörg P. Müller (auth.), Klaus Fischer, Jörg P. Müller, James Odell, Arne Jørgen Berre (eds.)

The ATOP (Agent-Based applied sciences and purposes for company Interoperability) workshop sequence makes a speciality of applied sciences that help interoperability in networked firms, on winning purposes of those applied sciences, and on classes discovered. to this point ATOP workshops were held on the AAMAS meetings in Utrecht, The Netherlands, in July 2005, and in Estoril, Portugal, in might 2008.

The thirteen papers awarded listed here are prolonged types of conscientiously reviewed and chosen contributions to the workshops. the themes lined are enterprise interoperability; organisations and digital associations; modeling multiagent platforms; agent interplay; and protection.

The major target was once to gather techniques for the applying of agent applied sciences in those components. present tendencies within the improvement of agent applied sciences are in comparison with contemporary advancements in service-oriented and model-driven method layout, with recognize to their skill to unravel interoperability difficulties.

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6. Analysis and Evaluation of Global Workflows workflows is a potential application for a personal software assistant, with a capacity to compare of the predicted behaviours with the expected behaviours. Where the comparison indicates inadequacies in the global workflow, the evaluator can communicate this information to those agents which participate in reformulation. It might be convenient to have such a workflow analyser work in conjunction with a well-formedness agent which can ensure the validity of formal representations, such as XRL, which are used to represent the workflow.

5. Synthesis of Global Workflows Table 2. Actors in Synthesis of Global Workflows As before, in Table 2 we consider the three characteristics—proactiveness, reactivity and social ability—for each actor. Of particular interest here is the routing agent. Strictly speaking, to fulfil its function it does not require reactivity nor social ability, since we assume that the routing is undertaken once the dependencies among the resources are know. Thus, there is a case for having a ”non-agent” to fulfill the routing function, for example, an appropriate automated tool from model-based approach to workflow construction.

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