Armel Ayimdji

Work place: Département de Genie Informatique, Institut Universitaire de Technologie, Université de Douala, Cameroun



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Armel AYIMDJI is a Lecturer at the department of computer engineering of the Douala University Institute of Technology (Cameroon). He will defend his Ph.D. thesis in Artificial Intelligence in few months at the University of Yaoundé I (Cameroon). His research directions include: knowledge representation, ontologies, computational intelligence, multi-agents systems, and software engineering.

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An Ontology-Based Approach for Multi-Agent Systems Engineering

By Souleymane Koussoube Armel Ayimdji Laure Pauline Fotso

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2013

This paper presents OBAMAS (Ontology-Based Approach for Multi-Agent Systems engineering), an ontology-based contribution to Agent Oriented Software Engineering. We propose a formal process for agentification, starting with an analysis phase which consists of the construction of three formal ontologies (a domain ontology, an ontology of functionalities, and an ontology of multi-agents systems) and their alignment to merge in a single one. The second step, which is a design phase, consists of the operationalization of the single ontology in order to infer in a more formal way the agents of the system. A case study is introduced to illustrate OBAMAS and to show its use and effectiveness in a real application, a distance learning system.

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