Semiotic considerations for the design of an agent-oriented modelling language
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- Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 2012, 113 LNBIP pp. 422 - 434
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Building on published guidelines for good design practice as applied to the creation of modelling languages, we consider the creation of an appropriate notation for a domain-specific modelling language for supporting agent-oriented information systems design. We begin by analyzing extant metamodels, in particular that for FAML, in order to visualize these ontological concepts as a concrete syntax that adheres to semiotic principles and good design heuristics. We seek a notation that is easy to understand by industry users, is ontologically correct and is underpinned by some theory - expressed here as the FAML metamodel. © 2012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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