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    An analysis and design concept for self-organization in holonic multi-agent systems

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    Holonic Multi-Agent Systems (HMAS) are a convenient way to engineer complex and open systems. HMAS are based upon self-similar entities, called holons, which define an organizational structure called holarchy. An open issue of HMAS is to give holons means of self-organization to satisfy their goals. Our works focus on modeling and engineering of complex systems using a holonic organizational approach. This paper introduces the concept of capacity as the description of agents know-how. This concept allows the representation and reasoning about agents know-hows. Even more, it encourages a reusable modeling and provides agents with means to self-organize.

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    Title : An analysis and design concept for self-organization in holonic multi-agent systems
    Author(s) : Sebastian Rodriguez, Nicolas Gaud, Vincent Hilaire, S Galland,
    Abstract : Holonic Multi-Agent Systems (HMAS) are a convenient way to engineer complex and open systems. HMAS are based upon self-similar entities, called holons, which define an organizational structure called holarchy. An open issue of HMAS is to give holons means of self-organization to satisfy their goals. Our works focus on modeling and engineering of complex systems using a holonic organizational approach. This paper introduces the concept of capacity as the description of agents know-how. This concept allows the representation and reasoning about agents know-hows. Even more, it encourages a reusable modeling and provides agents with means to self-organize.
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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2007

    Affiliations Laboratoire Systèmes et Transports, Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard, Belfort
    Journal : Engineering SelfOrganising Systems
    Volume : 4335
    Pages : 15-27
    Url : http://www.springerlink.com/index/24n73732q4148653.pdf

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