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Mais-E2 Model And R2-Ibn Framework: Port Application Case

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  • Mourad Abed


    (University of Valenciennes)

  • Adel M. Alimi

    (National School of Engineers of Sfax)

  • Khaled Ghedira

    (Higher Institute of Management of Tunis)

  • Lobna Hsairi

    (Higher Institute of Management of Tunis)

  • Abdellatif Benabdelhafid

    (University of Le Havre)

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    This paper aims to study the problem of cooperation in the extended enterprise case. This study focuses on the presentation of agent-oriented extended enterprise as a solution allowing enterprises to overcome the cooperation problem, in general, and conflict resolution, in particular. In this regard, this objective is defined by three aspects: organizational, reasoning and application. The organizational and reasoning aspects are presented through an overview of designing the extended enterprise by an agent-oriented approach via the proposed MAIS-E2 model (Multi-Agent Information System for an Extended Enterprise) and the proposed argument-based negotiation framework R2-IBN (Relationship-Role and Interest Based Negotiation) defined for MAIS-E2 model, respectively. Then, we focus mainly on the application aspect through the instantiation of MAIS-E2 model to the port application. These aspects are consolidated by the experimental validation via the developed prototype using JADE platform and experimental results with different cases in the port area.

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    Article provided by Czestochowa Technical University, Department of Management in its journal Polish Journal of Management Studies.

    Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 1 (May)
    Pages: 111-127

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    Handle: RePEc:pcz:journl:v:3:y:2011:i:1:p:111-127
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