Engineering Self-Adaptive Multi-Agent Systems: the ADELFE Methodology

Abstract : This chapter introduces the ADELFE methodology, an agent-oriented methodology dedicated to the design of systems that are complex, open, and not well-specified. The need for its development is justified by the theoretical background given in the first section, which also gives an overview of the concepts on which multi-agent systems developed with ADELFE are based. A methodology is composed of a process, a notation, and tools. Tools are presented in the second section and the process in the third one, using an information system case study to better visualize how to apply this process.
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Carole Bernon, Valérie Camps, Marie-Pierre Gleizes, Gauthier Picard. Engineering Self-Adaptive Multi-Agent Systems: the ADELFE Methodology. Henderson-Sellers, B.; Giorgini, P. Agent-Oriented Methodologies, 2005, 9781591405818. ⟨10.4018/978-1-59140-581-8.ch007⟩. ⟨http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/engineering-adaptive-multi-agent-systems/5059⟩. ⟨hal-01205932⟩

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