Special issue: SOCO 2010-CMMSE 2010
Fecha de publicación
Oxford University Press (OUP)
Logic Journal of IGPL. Volumen 20 (4), pp. 645-647. Oxford University Press (OUP).
It is possible to establish different types of agent organizations according to the type of communication, the coordination among agents, and the type of agents that comprise the group. Each organization needs to be supported by a coordinated effort that explicitly determines how the agents should be organized and carry out the actions and tasks assigned to them. This paper presents a new global coordination model for an agent organization. This model is unique in its conception, allowing an organization in a highly dynamic environment to employ self-adaptive capabilities in execution time.
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