Deriving Ontologies Using Multi-agent Systems

  title={Deriving Ontologies Using Multi-agent Systems},
  author={Victoria Iordan and Antoanela N{\'a}aji and Alexandru Cicortas},
The complex systems are designed using multi-agent concepts. Agent interaction is complex and requires appropriate models for a communication and cooperation. Also the interaction between the users and the system agents must be done in an efficient way. One of the basic conditions is that to use a convenient "language", a common way of understanding. The ontology is the appropriate concept that allows doing it. The operations on the ontologies cover many of such requirements. Due to the… CONTINUE READING


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