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This paper overviews Aleph Design’s Source Engine, containing a wide variety of components, toolsets, and frameworks for various design practices and methodology. The Source Platform engine provides an engineering framework that enables the development of reusable, interoperable, platform-independent components, toolsets, and frameworks.
The fundamental purpose of FEMALE (Formal Environments for Modeling and Execution of Social) is to support the development of multiagent systems and information systems by providing researchers, designers, and other members of the research community with formal, coherent, and sustainable environments to specify, specify, formalize, and model multiagents and to facilitate the top-down and bottom-up design of various multiagent systems.
A hierarchical system of engineering knowledge and design is referred to as the V-model. Models must be well defined, clarify their implications, and place the representations in an appropriate physical, informational, and cognitive space. This ensures that the model remains adequate to solve the real problem at hand. In this paper, we present a new architecture for multiagent systems intended to be adopted by FEMALE (Formal Environments for Modeling and Execution of Social) to enable correct formal specification, evaluation, implementation, and deployment of both their models and the system integrations of many other systems in a centralized way.
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