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Patterns for Agent-Based Information Systems: A Case Study in Transport

Abstract : Intelligent Transport Information Systems may find benefit of using agent-based solutions. Actually, transport information systems require adaptability to varying changes in offers, and unexpected occurring events. Agents and multiagent systems provide such requirements. Unfortunately, agent-based information systems such as other distributed, asynchronous, loose coupling applications are difficult to design and implement due to lack of best practices to ease development. This paper describes an approach based on software pattern reuse that facilitates engineering of these systems. Some patterns have been specified for the analysis and design of such information systems and are described here. Implementation patterns for a specific platform are sketched in perspectives of this research.
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Vincent Couturier, Marc-Philippe Huget, David Telisson. Patterns for Agent-Based Information Systems: A Case Study in Transport. Christos Kalloniatis. Innovative Information Systems Modelling Techniques, InTech, pp.49-72, 2012, 978-953-51-0644-9. ⟨10.5772/2885⟩. ⟨hal-00758700⟩



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