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On the Team-Based Goal-Oriented Development for Holonic Manufacturing Systems

  • Gabriela Varvara
Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 544)

Abstract

This contribution makes a reconsideration of the holonic organizational concept based on analogies with team formation and execution. It presents the team modelling concepts that support holonic structure and behaviour and the development of multi-agent framework based on the aggregation of agents in teams. Some drawbacks of the classical BDI reasoning mechanism and enhancement solutions are identified. In order to offer a practical argument of this perspective, a basic holonic control scenario was implemented using the GORITE team-based framework. It was adopted a goal-based top down development strategy for the execution model. The agent BDI reasoning and execution engine of framework was used to offer an improved solution to sensorial integration for holonic manufacturing systems.

Keywords

BDI reasoning multi-agent systems team programming process modelling goal oriented development Holonic Manufacturing Execution Systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Automatic Control and Applied Informatics“Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of IasiIasiRomania

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