By James Odell (auth.), Klaus Fischer, Jörg P. Müller, Renato Levy (eds.)
The ATOP (Agent-Based applied sciences and functions for firm Interoperability) workshop sequence specializes in applied sciences that help interoperability in networked organisations, on winning functions of those applied sciences, and on classes realized. particularly, ATOP brings jointly learn combining principles from MDA and SOA with agent applied sciences. The ATOP 2009 and 2010 workshops have been held on the AAMAS meetings in Budapest, Hungary, in may possibly 2009, and in Toronto, Canada, in may perhaps 2010. The eleven papers awarded the following have been conscientiously reviewed through 3 participants of the overseas application Committee and chosen out of 25 contributions to the workshops. the themes lined are modeling interoperable structures; semantic ways to firm interoperability; and interoperable company strategies and enterprise interactions. those papers are accomplished by means of an invited contribution reporting on OMG agent standardization. the most target was once to gather techniques for the appliance of agent applied sciences in those components. present tendencies within the improvement of agent applied sciences are in comparison with fresh advancements in service-oriented and model-driven process layout, with admire to their skill to resolve interoperability problems.
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In both cases, a goal for ﬁnishing the protocol is posted. In the ﬁrst case it happens automatically after sending the message, in the second case, the goal can (in some cases it has to) be posted by the “Message Attending Plan”. Plans that handle this kind of goals will contain the internal actions to take when a participant leaves a conversation. Protocol ending plans are also the place where Protocol Bindings are implemented. If the protocol is bound with a following protocol, the conversation context is tested to be a State Description where a Protocol Binding has been established.
Protocols can be combined by linking the ending State Description of one protocol with the starting State Description of another. By doing this, a designer says that in the composed protocol, conversations that ended in the ending State Description of the ﬁrst protocol can continue conversation in the second protocol by starting it in the starting State Description the link is pointing to. Figure 3 shows the project that contains the protocol called “Order” shown in Figure 2. Labels, in the form of ovals have been added in order to help the user to recognize the State Descriptions in the Modular Protocol Diagram ﬁgure (Figure 2) and in the Project View ﬁgure (Figure 3): The “Order” protocol has one starting State Description labeled S1 and two ending State Descriptions labeled E1 and E2.
In each case it will ﬁrst receive the message, then fetch the corresponding conversation context stored in the context management by the conversation starting plan and the pattern goes on again. The conversation context is passed on from plan to plan as goal parameter, until a message sending plan is performed ending the turn. Context names in the Figure 4 help to emphasize that the same context instance is passed from plan to plan through the goals and between turns using the context management.
Agent-Based Technologies and Applications for Enterprise Interoperability: International Workshops ATOP 2009, Budapest, Hungary, May 12, 2009, and ATOP 2010, Toronto, ON, Canada, May 10, 2010, Revised Selected Papers by James Odell (auth.), Klaus Fischer, Jörg P. Müller, Renato Levy (eds.)