• Publications
  • Influence
Future SCADA challenges and the promising solution: the agent-based SCADA
  • Hosny A. Abbas
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • Int. J. Crit. Infrastructures
  • 18 December 2014
We identify and analyse future SCADA challenges and match it to multi-agent systems as a new software engineering architectural style which will provide SCADA with the abilities and tools to survive in dynamic and open environments and improve SCADA quality attributes. Expand
Organization of Multi-Agent Systems: An Overview
In complex, open, and heterogeneous environments, agents must be able to reorganize towards the most appropriate organizations to adapt unpredictable environment changes within Multi-Agent Systems (MAS). Expand
Towards a Hybrid MAS Organizational Model: Combining the ACMAS and OCMAS Viewpoints
Theorganizational and multi-agent systems community is getting a great deal of attention. Expand
Secure Automated Forensic Investigation for Sustainable Critical Infrastructures Compliant with Green Computing Requirements
We propose a framework for automated and secure forensic investigation in modern complex SCADA networks accompanied with a possible realization architecture based on the Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) promising technological paradigms. Expand
Review on the Design of Web Based SCADA Systems Based on OPC DA Protocol
We present a complete classification of the different approaches introduced in the literature. Expand
Systems thinking for developing sustainable complex smart cities based on self-regulated agent systems and fog computing
We first study smart cities from systems thinking perspective and then introduce self-regulating agent systems and fog computing as promising technological paradigms for developing future large-scale complex smart cities applications. Expand
Efficient Web-based Monitoring and Control System
We present a new approach for web based SCADA systems that adapt to the behavior of the target application that consumes as little as possible of the available resources (computational power and network bandwidth). Expand
Realizing the NOSHAPE MAS Organizational Model: An Operational View
  • Hosny A. Abbas
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Agent Technol. Syst.
  • 1 April 2015
This paper provides an operational view of the conceptually proposed NOSHAPE dynamic organizational model for dynamically reorganized multi-agent systems Abbas, 2014. Expand
Exploiting the Overlapping of Higher Order: Entities within Multi-Agent Systems
Currently multi-agent systems (MAS, sometimes MASs) are receiving great attention as a promising approach for modeling, designing, and developing complex, decentralized and large-scale softwareExpand
Efficient Web-Based SCADA System
We present an approach for web-based SCADA systems that adapt to the behavior of the target application using standard software, network protocols, and the Internet. Expand