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A Mechanism for Dynamic Role Playing

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In Proc. of Agent Technologies, Infrastructures, Tools and Applications for E-Services, Springer Verlag, 2002.
The work presented in this article is based upon a methodological approach for building Multi-Agent Systems specifications. The basic idea is to define such systems as a set of entities playing roles which have interactions between them. We present a mechanism for dynamic role-playing specification within a formal framework. The framework use a formalism which can express Multi-Agent Systems aspects. This formalism composes Object-Z and statecharts. The main features of this approach are : enough expressive power to obtain unbiased specifications, tools for specification analysis and refinement mechanisms allowing the refinement of a high level specification into a low level specification which can be easily implemented.
Multi-Agent Systems, formal specification, methodology
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