A systematic approach to evaluating domain-specific modeling language environments for multi-agent systems

@article{Challenger2015ASA,
  title={A systematic approach to evaluating domain-specific modeling language environments for multi-agent systems},
  author={Moharram Challenger and Geylani Kardas and Bedir Tekinerdogan},
  journal={Software Quality Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={755-795}
}
Multi-agent systems (MASs) include multiple interacting agents within an environment to provide a solution for complex systems that cannot be easily solved with individual agents or monolithic systems. However, the development of MASs is not trivial due to the various agent properties such as autonomy, responsiveness, and proactiveness, and the need for realization of the many different agent interactions. To support the development of MASs various domain-specific modeling languages (DSMLs… CONTINUE READING
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