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Bibliographic record number: 700298

Journal

Authors: Schatten, Markus
Title: Organizational Architectures for Large-Scale Multi-Agent Systems' Development: An Initial Ontology
Source: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (2194-5357) 290 (2014); 261-268
Paper type: article
Keywords: ontology; large scale multi agent systems; organizational design; organizational architecture
Abstract:
An initial conceptualization of organizational design techniques for large-scale multi-agent systems (LSMAS) based on the paradigm of organizational architecture is introduced. Seven perspectives (organizational structure, processes, culture, strategy, individual agents, organizational agents and inter-organizational context) are analyzed and defined. By using a graph theoretic approach and recursive definitions the ontological framework allows for modeling all perspectives on an arbitrary level of detail and complexity from the global system to low level individuals. The provided conceptualization is the foundation of a to be established ontology on organizational design methods for designing, developing and maintaining LSMAS.
Original language: ENG
Current Contents: NE
Citation Index: NE
Other index publications: ISI Proceedings;EI-Compendex;DBLP;Google Scholar;Springerlink;SCOPUS
Category: Znanstveni
Research fields:
Computer science,Economics,Information and communication sciences
Full paper text: 700298.llncs.pdf (tekst priložen 5. Jun. 2014. u 20:07 sati)
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-07593-8_31
Journal in electronic form only:: NE
Google Scholar: Organizational Architectures for Large-Scale Multi-Agent Systems' Development: An Initial Ontology
Contrib. to CROSBI by: Markus Schatten (mschatte@foi.hr), 5. Jun. 2014. u 20:07 sati



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