Traditional software engineering approaches and metaphors fall
short when applied to areas of growing relevance such as electronic
commerce, enterprise resource planning, and mobile computing: such
areas, in fact, generally call for open architectures that may
evolve dynamically over time so as to accommodate new components
and meet new requirements. This is probably one of the main reasons
that the agent metaphor and the agent-oriented paradigm are gaining
momentum in these areas. This thesis deals with the engineering of
complex software systems in terms of the agent paradigm, focussing
on the study of agent-oriented methodologies with particular regard
to the methodologies' meta-models and processes, the environment
and the representation complexity. The research in these fields has
lead to the formulation of a new version of the SODA methodology
where environment abstractions and layering principles are
exploited for engineering multi-agent systems.
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