Meeting the challenges of decentralised embedded applications using multi-agent systems
International Journal of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
Today embedded applications become large scale and strongly constrained. They require a decentralized embedded intelligence generating challenges for embedded systems. A multi-agent approach is well suited to model and design decentralized embedded applications. It is naturally able to take up some of these challenges. But some specific points have to be introduced, enforced or improved in multiagent approaches to reach all features and all requirements. In this article, we present a study of
... resent a study of specific activities that can complement multi-agent paradigm in the "embedded" context. We use our experience with the DIAMOND method to introduce and illustrate these features and activities. Reference Jean-Paul Jamont and Michel Occello (20xx) Meeting the challenges of decentralized embedded applications using multi-agent systems, Int. J. of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering, Vol. x, No. x, pp.xxx-xxx. Biographical notes: Jean-Paul Jamont is an associate professor at the Université Grenoble Alpes, France, where he teaches computer science and network systems. He heads the Networks & Telecommunication department of the Intitute of Technology of Valence. His research focuses on embedded multiagent systems (methodology, models, and architectures) and, more generally, collective cyber-physical systems. Jamont has a PhD in computer science from the Grenoble Institute of Technology. He is in the board of the The published version of this paper : Jean-Paul Jamont, Michel Occello: Meeting the challenges of decentralized embedded applications using multi-agent systems. IJAOSE 5(1): 22-68. Inderscience (2015) is avalaible at http://dx.