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Book chapter

Ontological Foundations of Multi-agent Framework for Organizational Diagnosis

P. 170-184.
Poletaeva T., Babkin E., Abdulrab H.

In order to support management functions in dynamically changing corporate enterprises, adequate information systems need to be built, automating desirable adaptation of inter- and intra- organizational business processes. This paper therefore introduces a new approach to the design of multi-agent information systems meant for planning, discovering, monitoring deviations, and optimizing business processes. Expected qualitative breakthrough in the system’s capacity is based on the matching of its constructional and behavioral perspective with the ontological model of supported enterprise. Besides, conformity between organizational and information systems is supplemented by their conceptual alignment in the description of states and processes. The method of multi-agent framework construction and its application for traceability in supply chains are presented in this paper.

In book

Ontological Foundations of Multi-agent Framework for Organizational Diagnosis
Edited by: A. Kobyliński, A. Sobczak. Vol. 158: Perspectives in Business Informatics Research. Warsz.: Springer, 2013.