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Ontology-based Agent-oriented Development Methodologies

Funding: 2008: $20,000
2009: $20,000
2010: $20,000

Project Member(s): Beydoun, G.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)

Start year: 2008

Summary: Establishing an industry strength unified agent-oriented methodology which focuses on interoperability and reusability will create stronger commitment to the new technology and stability in the commercial sector in Australia. Our methodology will create significant potential for Australian software companies, due to the added productivity and long term customer satisfaction through reusability, interoperability and pay-off of the developed systems. This not only brings profits to Australian companies through the exploitation of this frontier technology, but also enhances the standard of living through increased satisfaction of the Australian public in their increasing use of software as they interact with today's computer-controlled world.

Publications:

Henderson-Sellers, B, Eriksson, O, Gonzalez-Perez, C & Agerfalk, P 2013, 'Ptolemaic metamodelling? The need for a paradigm shift' in Cueva Lovelle, JM, Pelayo Garcia-Bustelo, C & Sanjuin Martinez, O (eds), Progressions and Innovations in Model-Driven Software Engineering, IGI Global, Hershey, pp. 90-146.
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Henderson-Sellers, B 2012, On the Mathematics of Modelling, Metamodelling, Ontologies and Modelling Languages, First, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
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Henderson-Sellers, B 2011, 'Bridging metamodels and ontologies in software engineering', Journal of Systems and Software, vol. 84, no. 2, pp. 301-313.
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Lopez-Lorca, A, Beydoun, G, Sterling, L & Miller, T 2010, 'An Ontology-Mediated Validation Process of Software Models', Information Systems Development - Business Systems and Services: Modeling and Development, International Conference on Information Systems Development, Springer, Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 445-467.
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FOR Codes: Computer Software, Application Software Packages (excl. Computer Games)