By Michael Wooldridgey, Paolo Ciancarini (auth.), Paolo Ciancarini, Michael J. Wooldridge (eds.)
One of crucial purposes for the present depth of curiosity in agent know-how is that the idea that of an agent, as an independent process in a position to interacting with different brokers as a way to fulfill its layout ambitions, is a typical one for software program designers. simply as we will be able to comprehend many structures as being composed of primarily passive items, that have a nation and upon which we will practice operations, with a view to comprehend many others as being made from interacting semi-autonomous brokers. This booklet brings jointly revised models of papers awarded on the First overseas Workshop on Agent-Oriented software program Engineering, AOSE 2000, held in Limerick, eire, along with ICSE 2000, and a number of other invited papers. As a entire and useful review of agent-oriented software program engineering, the e-book addresses software program engineers attracted to the hot paradigm and expertise in addition to examine and improvement pros lively in agent technology.
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