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Agent UML notation for multiagent system design

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1 Author(s)
Huget, M.-P. ; Leibniz-IMAG/MAGMA, France

From the earliest days of multiagent system development, the need has existed for both a methodology and a modeling notation that assist in design. The agent UML community has responded by developing the AUML notation - a UML profile dedicated to agents that tries to simplify the transition from software engineering to multiagent system engineering. The idea behind AUML is to exploit UML extension capabilities such as stereotypes and constraints. AUML crystallizes a growing concern for agent-based modeling representations and lets designers move smoothly from software development to agent development.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 4 )