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F. Bellifemine, G. Caire and D. Greenwood, “Developing Multi Agent System with JADE,” Wiley Series, England, 2007. doi:10.1002/9780470058411

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  • TITLE: Multi Agent Knowledge Management Architecture

    AUTHORS: Sheikh Amanur Rahman, Dipti Yadav, Prerna Agarwal, Pankaj Singh Bisht

    KEYWORDS: Knowledge Management; Multi-Agent System; MAEKMA; Enterprise; Public Sector Unit (PSU); JADE

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol.5 No.1, December 31, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Nowadays, knowledge in Public Sector environment becomes very vast and increasing day by day at speedy pace. So, to handle and manage the knowledge becomes a tedious job, resulting into degrading the overall affectivity and productivity of the system. Hence, the need of effective architecture arises, which can increase the performance of disseminating knowledge in public sector. This results the implementation of knowledge management (KM) using Multi Agents (MA). Using Multi Agents reduces the time overhead for serving relevant knowledge to end users. The objective of this paper is to propose KM architecture using MA which will be helpful and effective in circulating knowledge to public sectors in a much better and easier manner, due to which it enhances the productivity and performance. The paper firstly, gives the understanding of literature on various knowledge management frameworks and tools for implementing Multi Agents. Then it proposes a MA enterprise knowledge management architecture (MAEKM), stating that how knowledge circulation will be done. At the end, using JADE framework, paper implements MAEKM architecture for public sector. The paper describes the necessity of implementing this architecture and its usefulness in disseminating knowledge in public sectors.