An Agent-Oriented Methodology for the Development of Secure Agent-Based Systems

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Mouratidis, Haralambos 2003. An Agent-Oriented Methodology for the Development of Secure Agent-Based Systems. Proceedings PREP 2003. 14-16 April Exeter
AuthorsMouratidis, Haralambos
TypeConference paper
Abstract

An agent –based distributed system that assists health and social care professional to provide health and social care in a more efficient way than current systems. Applying agent technology, in the development of health and social care information systems, allows to provide functionalities such as reduction of professionals’ workload and efficiency of care procedures, that current web-based and database systems fail to provide. Although current health and social care information systems provide advantages over paper-based approaches, they fail to adequate provide the main reason of using computer systems in the health and social care setting, which is to reduce the workload and make procedures easier and quicker for health and social care professionals and thus improve the quality of care for the patients.

KeywordsAgent-Based Distributed Systems; Agent Technology; Software Agents; Health Care Information Systems
Year2003
ConferenceProceedings PREP 2003
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Deposited18 Jan 2010
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/495
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Mouratidis, H. (2003) ‘An Agent-Oriented Methodology for the Development of Secure Agent-Based Systems’, Proceedings PREP 2003, 14-16 April, Exeter, England..

Place of publicationExeter
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