International Journal of Applied Science and Technology

ISSN 2221-0997 (Print), 2221-1004 (Online) 10.30845/ijast

Multi-Agent System for Integration Process Business and Ontologies for the Government Online Strategy
Maria Claudia Bonfante, Juan Pablo Paz, Andrés Castillo

This work presents the justification of the Integration of three (3) technologies: Ontology, Multiagent Systems and Business Process to support the Governmental Online Strategy in Colombia. The architecture is integrated in first place by one component assure the model of government processes that has the more significant relations, the works flows, activities, decisions, resources used and the actors which performed task doing the technologies of Business Processes Management. In second place, should be maintained the knowledge modeling of the government that allow common language of the information interchange and the interoperability between its entities, which only this possible doing use of the Ontologies, where is included the concepts, its properties, and the relations between them. And third multi-agents technology is included, that integrated the previous functions, validating the syntactic of the business processes that are holding on the web platform on BPEL format and validated meaningfully against a RDF from paperwork and Services Ontologies. To the Multi-agent systems is perform unit and stress testing.

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