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An Analysis and Design Concept for Self-Organization in Holonic Multi-Agent Systems

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In Proc. of International Conference on Engineering Self-Organising Systems, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 4435, Et Al BRUECKNER S. (eds.), pp. 15-27, Springer-Verlag, 2007.
ISBN 978-3-540-69867-8.
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Holonic Multi-Agent Systems (HMAS) are a convenient way to engineer complex and open systems. HMAS are based upon selfsimilar entities, called holons, which define an organizational structure called holarchy. An open issue of HMAS is to give holons means of selforganization to satisfy their goals. Our works focus on modeling and engineering of complex systems using a holonic organizational approach. This paper introduces the concept of capacity as the description of agents know-how. This concept allows the representation and reasoning about agents know-hows. Even more, it encourages a reusable modeling and provides agents with means to self-organize.
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