First Inter-Galactic Workshop on Tropos
November 15-16, 2001
Trento - Italy
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a project launched almost two years ago at the University of Toronto. The
objective of the project is to define an agent-oriented software development
methodology which is founded on concepts used to model early requirements.
The concepts that have been adopted are based on Eric Yu's i* modeling
framework, including the notions of actor, goal and (actor) dependency.
These are uses to model early and late requirements, architectural and
detailed design. The methodology complements proposals for agent-oriented
programming platforms. The project currently involves at various levels
of commitment more than twenty researchers from different universities
and research institutes.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers working on Tropos and i*, so that they can present their current work and discuss short- and long-term research objectives. The workshop is also intended as an opportunity to establish and/or further collaborations among participating researchers. Possible topics to be discussed at the workshop include (but not limited to):
- Agent-oriented software methodologies;
We plan 1-hour sessions for the two days, each including a =30-minute talk and a 30-minute discussion, (invited people).
Travel and accommodation expenses will
be covered by workshop participants. If you need hotel arrangements,
please contact Carola Dori (email@example.com)
or visit the web site http://www.science.unitn.it/coopis/vanue.html
For further information please contact
Paolo Giorgini (firstname.lastname@example.org)