An Overview of the Multiagent Systems Engineering Methodology

@inproceedings{Wood2000AnOO,
  title={An Overview of the Multiagent Systems Engineering Methodology},
  author={Mark F. Wood and Scott A. DeLoach},
  booktitle={AOSE},
  year={2000}
}
Constructing multiagent systems is difficult. They have all the problems of traditional distributed, concurrent systems, plus the additional difficulties that arise from flexibility requirements and sophisticated interactions. Sycara states (Sycara 1998) that there are two technical hurdles to the extensive use of multiagent systems. First, there is a lack of a proven methodology enabling designers to clearly structure applications as multiagent systems. Second, there are no general case… CONTINUE READING
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