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The Gaia2JADE process concerning how one can implement a multi-agent system with the JADE framework using the Gaia methodology for analysis and design purposes is presented, particularly dedicated to the conversion of Gaia models to JADE code.
Using ASEME Methodology for Model-Driven Agent Systems Development
The Agent Modeling Language (AMOLA) metamodels and the model transformation tools that were developed and discussed and the way that non-functional requirements are used throughout the software development lifecycle is discussed and presented with two realworld case studies.
Engineering JADE Agents with the Gaia Methodology
This paper presents a kind of roadmap of how one can combine the Gaia methodology for agent-oriented analysis and design and JADE, a FIPA compliant agent development framework, for an easier analysis, design and implementation of multi-agent systems.
Engineering ambient intelligence systems using agent technology
This article shows how to model and implement an ambient intelligence (AmI) system using agent technology, along with the development method and validation results, and how ASEME can be applied for modeling a real-world ambient intelligence system.
Argumentation-Based Agent Interaction in an Ambient-Intelligence Context
This paper found that applying argumentation was natural in this context because, generally speaking, it can abstractly define argumentation as the principled interaction of different, potentially conflicting arguments to obtain a consistent conclusion.
Gaia Agents Implementation through Models Transformation
This work defines a process for transforming the Gaia roles model liveness formulas to statecharts, which allows the modeler to work on detailed agent design and permits, on the other hand, to automatically generate an agent's code using any one of the state charts-based tools in the market.
A CASE Tool for Robot Behavior Development
A Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool, named Kouretes Statechart Editor (KSE), which enables the developer to easily specify a desired robot behavior as a statechart model utilizing a variety of base robot functionalities.
Agent-based Architecture in An Ambient Intelligence Context
An architecture with multiple agents on the user’s nomad device that address the ambient intelligence issue and a family of dedicated personal assistance agents to each type of mobility impairment whose deliberation provides the best solutions for people that have a combination of impairments is proposed.
The Agent Systems Methodology ( ASEME ) : A Preliminary Report
This paper presents the Agent SystEms MEthodology (ASEME) for developing multi-agent systems. ASEME proposes a modular agent design approach and introduces the concept of intra-agent control. The
A novel architecture and process for Ambient Assisted Living - the HERA approach
A novel architecture for the indoors Ambient Assisted Living domain that uses the use of the TV and Set-Top-Box probably already existing in a user's home providing services from an application server integrating agent technology-based personal assistance.