This paper focuses on a framework for developing knowledge management (KM) applications that integrates peer-to-peer (P2P) and multi-agent systems (MAS) technologies. The objective of this framework is to support a particular KM paradigm that emphasizes aspects such as autonomy and distributedness of knowledge sources. In particular, we present a characterization of peer-to-peer in terms of a general architectural pattern and a set of guidelines for designing peer-to-peer applications according to the proposed framework. We adopt an agent-oriented approach that extends Tropos, a software engineering methodology introduced in earlier papers

Peer-to-peer and multi-agent systems technologies for knowledge management applications. An agent-oriented analysis

Bertolini, Davide;Busetta, Paolo;Nori, Michele;Perini, Anna
2002

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This paper focuses on a framework for developing knowledge management (KM) applications that integrates peer-to-peer (P2P) and multi-agent systems (MAS) technologies. The objective of this framework is to support a particular KM paradigm that emphasizes aspects such as autonomy and distributedness of knowledge sources. In particular, we present a characterization of peer-to-peer in terms of a general architectural pattern and a set of guidelines for designing peer-to-peer applications according to the proposed framework. We adopt an agent-oriented approach that extends Tropos, a software engineering methodology introduced in earlier papers
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