Towards Reuse in Agent Oriented Information Systems: The Importance of Being Purposive

  title={Towards Reuse in Agent Oriented Information Systems: The Importance of Being Purposive},
  author={Simon Goss and Clinton Heinze and Michael Papasimeon and Adrian R. Pearce and Leon Sterling},
The emergence of large information systems has pushed software specification into the area of business modelling to adequately capture and consider business requirements. At the same time, there has been a move toward techniques for specifying the behaviours of and the knowledge associated with intelligent agents as these are increasingly found as important components of those information systems. This paper presents four software models useful for specifying the requirements of an agent… CONTINUE READING


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