Towards an MDE Methodology to Develop Multi-Agents Systems Including Mobile Agents

Tahar Gherbi 1 Isabelle Borne 1 Djamel Meslati 2
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Abstract : There is a need for agent oriented software engineering methodologies that support the conceptual modeling of mobile-agents systems. For this reason, we have presented in a previous work, our meta-model to design multi-agents systems including mobile agents and we have discussed it versus some formalisms extending UML for mobile-agents modeling. The proposed meta-model serves as a platform independent meta-model in our model-driven engineering approach under elaboration as a methodology for the development of multi-agents systems including mobile-agents. This paper summarizes the different approaches for mobileagent modeling and situates our meta-model particularly versus three works supporting mobility by extending a multi-agents systems methodology (MaSE, GAIA, and AALAADIN). It aims to justify the choices that have guided our meta-model construction.
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8th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE 2013), Jul 2013, Angers, France. SciTePress, pp.45-55, 2013
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Tahar Gherbi, Isabelle Borne, Djamel Meslati. Towards an MDE Methodology to Develop Multi-Agents Systems Including Mobile Agents. 8th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE 2013), Jul 2013, Angers, France. SciTePress, pp.45-55, 2013. 〈hal-00908558〉

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