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HLA Multi Agent/Short-Lived Ontology Platform for Enterprise Interoperability

Abstract : This paper aims at proposing an specification of the Federation oriented Enterprise Interoperability concept, using Multi Agent / HLA paradigm and the rising notion of Short-Lived Ontology. We give first, a review of Enterprise Interoperability. Then, we recall on Artificial Agent Concept and HLA Standard that appear to be adequate to support execution of the studied concept. Indeed, on the one hand Agent dialogue fits the concept of information exchange in a federated enterprise interoperability approach, on the other hand the HLA standard, initially designed for military M&S purpose, can be transposed for enterprise interoperability at the implementation level, reusing the years of experiences in distributed systems. From these postulates, we propose the first Agent/HLA Short-Lived Ontology framework for distributed enterprise interoperability solution in the federated enterprise approach.
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Gregory Zacharewicz, Olivier Labarthe, David Chen, Bruno Vallespir. HLA Multi Agent/Short-Lived Ontology Platform for Enterprise Interoperability. International Conference on Advances in Production and Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2009, Paris, France. pp.350-357, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-16358-6_44⟩. ⟨hal-01060460⟩



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