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  • Beydoun, Ghassan; Gonzalez Perez, Cesar; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Low, Graham (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2006)
    MAS development requires an appropriate methodology. Rather than seek a single, ideal methodology, we investigate the applicability of method engineering, which focuses on project-specific methodology construction from ...
  • Ghassan, Beydoun; Low, Graham; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Mouratidis, Haris; Gomez-Sanz, Jorge; Pavon, Juan; Gonzalez-Perez, Cesar (IEEE, 2009)
    Abstract?In some areas of software engineering research, there are several metamodels claiming to capture the main issues. Though it is profitable to have variety at the beginning of a research field, after some time, the ...
  • Tran, Quynh-Nhu Numi; Low, Graham; Williams, Mary-Anne (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2003)
    This paper proposes a comprehensive and multi-dimensional feature analysis framework for evaluating and comparing methodologies for developing multi-agent systems (MAS). Developed from a synthesis of various existing ...
  • Beydoun, Ghassan; Tran, Quynh-Nhu Numi; Low, Graham; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Springer, 2006)
    Support for software extensibility, interoperability and reuse are critical concerns for long term commercial viability of any MAS and they underpin the eventual adoption of agent technology by industry. Existing AOSE ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Debenham, John; Cossentino, M; Low, Graham; Tran, Quynh-Nhu Numi (Springer, 2006)
    Theoretical proposals for the development of reusable method fragments are applied to the identification of method fragments in the agent-oriented methodology, PASSI. The format of these fragments is ensured as compatible ...
  • Gonzalez Perez, Cesar; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Debenham, John; Low, Graham; Tran, Quynh-Nhu Numi (Springer Verlag, 2005)
    The CAMLE approach offers a methodological framework for the development of multi-agent systems. However, this approach does not provide full coverage of the needs often found in information systems development, lacking, ...
  • Beydoun, Ghassan; Low, Graham; Mouratidis, Haris; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Tapir Academic Press, 2007)
  • Argente, Estefania; Ghassan, Beydoun; Fuentes-Fernandez, Ruben; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Low, Graham (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2011)
    Modelling is gaining relevance in Agent-Oriented Software Engineering (AOSE) because of two main reasons. Firstly, the conceptual frameworks have reached a level of maturity that makes it reasonable to devote effort to ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Mcbride, Tom; Low, Graham; Gonzalez-Perez, Cesar (Springer, 2013)
    International Standards have often been developed independently of one another resulting in the multiple use of similar terminology but with different semantics as well as the more obvious dependencies between pairs of ...
  • Beydoun, Ghassan; Tran, Quynh-Nhu Numi; Low, Graham; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Springer, 2005)
    The influence of ontologies in Knowledge Based Systems (KBS) methodologies extends well beyond the initial analysis phase, leading in the 1990s to domain-independent KBS methodologies. In this paper, we reflect on those ...
  • Beydoun, Ghassan; Gonzalez Perez, Cesar; Low, Graham; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (IEEE, 2005)
    Method engineering, which focuses on project-specific methodology construction from existing method fragments, is an appealing approach to organize, appropriately access and effectively harness the software engineering ...
  • Beydoun, Ghassan; Gonzalez Perez, Cesar; Low, Graham; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (Knowledge Systems Graduate School, 2005)
  • Low, Graham; Beydoun, Ghassan; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Gonzalez Perez, Cesar (Springer-Verlag, 2009)
    It is a widely accepted premise that no single methodology can be suitable for all Multi-Agent System (MAS) software projects. This premise is playing a significant role in the appearance of new methodologies at an ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Shen, Jun; Ghassan, Beydoun; Yuan, S; Low, Graham (ThinkMind, 2011)
    This paper promotes an ontology-based multi agent system (MAS) framework to facilitate Peer-to-Peer (P2P) service selection with multiple service properties. P2P-based service has emerged as an important new field in the ...
  • Low, Graham; Mouratidis, Haris; Henderson-Sellers, Brian (ETH, 2010)
    Situational method engineering (SME) has as a focus a repository of method fragments, gleaned from extant methodologies and best practice. Using one such example, the OPF (OPEN Process Framework) repository, we identify ...
  • Bogg, Paul; Low, Graham; Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Ghassan, Beydoun (SciTePress, 2010)
    A work product is a tangible artifact used during a software development project; for example, a requirements specifications or class model diagram. Towards a general approach for evaluating and potentially improving the ...