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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Organisations can be defined as a set of entities regulated by mechanisms of social order and created by more or less autonomous actors to achieve common goals. Multi-agent systems are a natural choice to design information support systems due to the proactive and autonomous behaviour of agents. However, in business environments it is necessary to consider the behaviour of the global system and the collective aspects of the domain. In this paper, we argue that multi-agent systems should bedoi:10.1007/3-540-45329-6_21 fatcat:dy5dpgc6ina63lmcattol6sz5q