Multi-Agent Systems, International Conference on (2000)
July 10, 2000 to July 12, 2000
Nenad Ivezic , Oak Ridge National Laboratory and National Institute of Standards and Technology
Mario Barbacci , Software Engineering Institute
John Robert , Software Engineering Institute
Don Libes , National Institute of Standards and Technology
Tom Potok , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
In this paper, we illustrate a methodology for the early agent systems architecture analysis and evaluation with the focus on risk identification, evaluation, and mitigation. Architectural decisions on software qualities such as performance, modifiability, and security can be assessed. The illustration is drawn from the supply chain management application domain.
N. Ivezic, M. Barbacci, J. Robert, D. Libes and T. Potok, "An Analysis of a Supply Chain Management Agent Architecture," Multi-Agent Systems, International Conference on(ICMAS), Boston, Massachusetts, 2000, pp. 0401.