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- Agent-oriented software analysis
- Chan, Kevin; Sterling, Leon; Karunasekera, Shanika
- Agent-oriented Software Engineering (AOSE) has become an active area of research in recent years. In this paper, we look at the use of agent-oriented concepts for software analysis. Using agent-oriented analysis may offer benefits even if the system is implemented without an agent-based language or framework (e.g. using an object-oriented detailed design and language). We examine the software analysis components of a number of existing agent-oriented methodologies. We discuss the benefits that can be gained by using agent-oriented concepts, and where the concepts require further development. Based on this analysis, we present the agent-oriented methodology that we are developing, and describe an example of how it may be applied for software analysis.
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- Proceedings of the Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC), Melbourne, Australia, 13-16 April 2004 / P. Strooper (ed.), Vol. 2004, pp. 20-27
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- Agent-oriented language; Agent-oriented software engineering; Architectural design; Computer aided analysis; Computer programming languages; Computer simulation; Internet; Object-oriented modeling; Object oriented programming; Problem solving; Software agents; Software engineering; Systems analysis
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