Mais-E2 Model And R2-Ibn Framework: Port Application Case
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.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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