Multiagent Systems as Self-managed Architectures in Software Applications of Innovation
Eva Cipi and
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Eva Cipi: Department of Informatics Engineering, University of Vlora, Albania
Betim Cico: Department of Informatics Engineering, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania
from International School for Social and Business Studies, Celje, Slovenia
This work shows an architectural model of agent based system that can support us to assess the suitability of a multiagent system as a better solution to many technological problems. Agent internal architecture, the multiagent system organization, the communication infrastructure and other infrastructure services are some of included properties which we evaluate. The research presented here is a continuous work that develops a complex application integrating information agents in an architecture software engineering process. There are two main key aspects of this approach: modulated architecture software development and self-management. The functionality of the system can be achieved by collaborating subsystems. The centralized control is combined with the ability of agents to self-manage unexpected situations. We will revisit an agent based system which is developed by adding new functionalities such as autonomous supply chain services, control sales, with other properties we have designed in a market place.
Keywords: multiagent system; market place environment; robotic agent; self-management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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