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Multi-agent systems are realized as a practical solution to the problem of constructing flexible and dynamic environments. Understanding such systems needs a high-level visual view of how the system operates as a whole to achieve some application related purpose. In this paper, we demonstrate how a visual high-level view called Use Case Maps (UCMs) may help in visualizing, understanding, and defining the behaviour of a Multi-agent medical diagnostic system.

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Title Visualizing a Multiagent-Based Medical Diagnosis System Using a Methodology Based on Use Case Maps
Authors T. Abdelaziz, M. Elammari, and R. Unland
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title MATES 2004 : multiagent system technologies
Volume/Number LNCS 3187
Editors G. Lindemann et al.
Publisher Springer
Month September
Year 2004
Pages 198-212
DOI 10.1007/b100991
Keywords High Level and Intermediate Models (HIM), Medical Diagnostic, Multiagent Systems, Use Case Maps
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Topic revision: r2 - 07 Nov 2009, JameleddineHassine
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