Strategic Agent Based Web System Development Methodology
The web system linked by Internet becomes important not only as a functional application system within a company but as a critical backbone for conducting business in a highly competitive market. It is driving companies to come up with a whole new set of business strategies. This paper proposes a methodology to link these strategies to effective system artifacts. Strategic agents are extracted from the three interacting perspectives of customers, competitors, and company itself. The methodology consists of strategic requirement analysis, agent modeling, system design, and system implementation. A real-life case is illustrated to demonstrate the feasibility of our methodology. The resulting Internet system is more likely to be competitive in this dynamic business world.
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Volume (Year): 07 (2008)
Issue (Month): 02 ()
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