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Speaker(s): Armando Robles
Organiser: Dr David Millard
Time: 20/03/2006 12:50-13:40
Location: B59/1257

Abstract

In this ongoing research I propose an agent oriented framework for producing complex information systems using the electronic institutions paradigm. We define an intelligent organization environment that enables the use of available information technologies resources with MAS technology. Using electronic institutions we control the interactions of the intervening agents and the commitments generated by those interactions according to institutional specification. From an information systems developer point of view, our framework allows to separate form design, work-flow specification, and the programming of business rules and agent behaviour in the development of large information systems.

Speaker Biography

Armando Robles

Armanbdo Robles has been working in the Information Systems industry since 1981, he is CEO and President of a privately owned Information Systems development company in Mexico: Tecnologia Computacional Aplicada (TCA). Their products and services focuses in three industries: Hospitals, Hotels and Product Distribution & Retail, and they have their systems funcioning in about 500 companies in the Latin American Market. Currently they are incursioning the European market and they will have their first hotel impelentation in Amsterdam next June.

Armando received a Bachelors degree in Electronic Systems Engineering and a Master's degree in Intelligent Systems from the Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico. He is currently in the last year of his PhD in Intelligent Systems and has been working on his Thesis at the Instituto de Investigacion en Inteligencia Artificial (IIIA) in Barcelona, Spain having a development agreement between the IIIA and the TCA group.