Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 9th International by Stefano Ceri, Piero Fraternali (auth.), Antoni Olivé, Joan

Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 9th International by Stefano Ceri, Piero Fraternali (auth.), Antoni Olivé, Joan

By Stefano Ceri, Piero Fraternali (auth.), Antoni Olivé, Joan Antoni Pastor (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth overseas convention on complex info platforms Engineering, CAiSE'97, held in Barcelona, Spain, in June 1997. the quantity offers 30 revised complete papers chosen from a complete of 112 submissions; additionally incorporated is one invited contribution. The e-book is split into topical sections on standards engineering; details structures layout; tools, environments, and instruments; dispensed details platforms; and workflow systems.

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The next section discusses the different composition operators to capture crosscutting structures and behaviors in MAS designs. An Aspect-Oriented Modeling Framework for Multi-Agent Systems Design 43 Fig. 5. 3 The Composition Model The Composition Model is a conceptual framework that provides semantics description of the crosscutting composition mechanism. In other words, this model characterizes the possible ways aspects may affect agents, their goals, and actions. Currently, our composition model organizes crosscutting operations according to three categories or dimensions (Figure 6): aspect-agent, goal-goal and goal-action composition.

Section 2 illustrates crosscutting concerns in agent-oriented modeling in terms of an example, and shows the inability of existing abstractions and composition rules to support their separation. Section 3 presents our aspect-oriented framework for agent-oriented design and modeling. Section 4 describes the applicability of the concept of aspects in agent-oriented design according to our approach. Section 5 discusses related work. Section 6 presents concluding remarks. An Aspect-Oriented Modeling Framework for Multi-Agent Systems Design 2 37 Crosscutting Concerns in Agent-Oriented Goal Modeling This section presents some examples of crosscutting concerns in agent-oriented design modeling.

Applying the reasoning described above, it can be seen that the property F ound(f l, rID) appears in both RandomPeersForDataRoutingFound and RequestedFileFound goals’ specifications. Domain/solution knowledge allows affirming that a file first needs to be found before searching for random peers that will be used to route the file. It is thus assumed that there is a goal-dependency in which the achievement of RandomPeersForDataRoutingFound depends on the achievement of RequestedFileFound goals. To accept the reasoning above allows a goal-dependency identification technique to be proposed: – (I1) If there is at least one MAS property, constrained in predicates that occur in formal specifications of two goals g1 and g2, then there is a goal-dependency between them.

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