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Multi Agent/HLA Enterprise Interoperability (Short-Lived Ontology Based)

Abstract : This paper aims at proposing an implementation of the Federation oriented Enterprise Interoperability concept, using Multi Agent / HLA paradigm and the rising notion of Short-Lived Ontology. We give first, a review of ongoing researches on Enterprise Interoperability. Then, we recall on Artificial Agent Concept and HLA Stan-dard that appear to be adequate to support execution of the studied concept. Indeed, on the one hand Agent dialogue fits the concept of information exchange in a federated enterprise interoperability approach, on the other hand the HLA standard, initially designed for military M&S purpose, can be transposed for enterprise interoperability at the implementation level, reusing the years of experiences in distributed systems. From these postulates, we propose the first Agent/HLA framework Short-Lived Ontology based to implement distributed enterprise models from the conceptual level of federated enterprise interoperability approach.
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Submitted on : Friday, July 10, 2009 - 9:33:58 PM
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Gregory Zacharewicz, Olivier Labarthe, David Chen, Bruno Vallespir. Multi Agent/HLA Enterprise Interoperability (Short-Lived Ontology Based). The International Workshop on Modelling & Applied Simulation part of, Sep 2009, Puerto de la Cruz, Spain. pp.187-196. ⟨hal-00403653⟩

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