Second International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Methodologies

[general enquiries email: debenham@it.uts.edu.au]

 

Accepted Refereed Papers for 2003 [zipped .pdf]

Holger Giese, Sven Burmester, Florian Klein, Daniela Schilling and Matthias Tichy "Multi-Agent System Design for Safety-Critical Self-Optimizing Mechatronic Systems with UML"

Francisco Hernandez, Jeff Gray, Kevin Reilly "A Multi-Level Technique for Modeling Agent-Based Systems"

Jeffery M. Einhorn and Chang-Hyun Jo "A Use-Case Based BDI Agent Software Development Process"

Amir Zeid "Using Petri-Nets to Model the Dynamic Behavior of Software Agents"

 

Programme for OOPSLA Workshop: Agent-Oriented Methodologies

0830-0900 Introductions and Agenda

0900-0945 Chairman's Introductory Review

0945-1000 Coffee Break

Papers

10.00-10.45 Using Petri nets to model the dynamic behaviour of software agents by A. Zeid (Egypt)

10.45-11.30 Multi-agent system design for safety-critical self-optimizing mechatronic systems with UML by H. Giese, S. Burmester and F. Klein (Germany)

11.30-12.15 A multi-level technique for modelling agent-based systems by F. Hernandez, J. Gray and K. Reilly (USA)

12.15-13.00 A use-case based BDI agent software development process by J.M. Einhorn and C.-H. Jo (USA)

1300-1400 Lunch break

1400-1700 The afternoon session will be devoted to breakout study groups to discuss issues raised in the keynote and the presented papers

Note that data projectors will be available to connect with your laptop

 

Proceedings of previous workshops are available here

 

Further information:

Professor John Debenham
Faculty of Information Technology
University of Technology, Sydney
PO Box 123
Broadway
NSW 2007
Australia
email: debenham@it.uts.edu.au
fax +61 2 9514 4535