Using UML 2.1 to model multi-agent systems
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The use of UML 2.1 to model a broad range of systems is evident from the variety of UML diagrams in academia and in the marketplace. One class of systems currently gaining popularity are Multi-Agent systems. There are efforts underway to use UML to model these systems and these efforts are both productive and form the basis for both a methodology and a notation for systems of this type.
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