Abstract

This article presents a methodology — HOLOS — for deriving particular multiagent dynamic scheduling systems from a generic architecture. An object-oriented approach is used to support information modeling and knowledge representation. The integration aspects are addressed since agents are heterogeneous and have to access external information sources. A brief explanation about the HOLOS System Generator, an interactive system deriver based on the HOLOS methodology, is also given, as well as a general description of the prototype being developed at the UNINOVA FAS/FMS pilot system. Finally, some comments are made on the current status and next steps of the work.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBalanced Automation Systems
PublisherSpringer
Pages181-194
ISBN (Print)0-412-72200-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1995
EventBASYS'95 – IEEE/IFIP Int. Conf. On Balanced Automation Systems - Victoria, Brazil
Duration: 23 Jul 199526 Jul 1995

Conference

ConferenceBASYS'95 – IEEE/IFIP Int. Conf. On Balanced Automation Systems
Abbreviated titleBASYS'95
CountryBrazil
CityVictoria
Period23/07/9526/07/95

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