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The Agent RelaTEd Mesurement InfraStructure (ARTEMIS) is an example how an agent-oriented software engineering approach leads us from monolithic applications to flexible, reliable and autonomously acting agent-based systems as a new kind of measurement infrastructures (see Dr. Martin Kunz: Framework for a Service-oriented Measurement Infrastructure. Shaker Verlag, 2010, 190 S., ISBN 978-3-8322-9051-1) . The basic structurewas  adapted using the ISO 15939 measurement standard that involves any artefacts (measurement objects, goals, enterprise unit, metrics etc.) and flexible operational functions and tasks (designed as agents). The following figure shows the general components involved in the measurement definition and performing processes.

 

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The next figures shows the different component in every ISO 15939 phase as establish, planning, perform and evaluate.

 

Establishing:

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Planning:

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Performing:

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Evaluation:

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The total overview in a raugh kind is shown as follwing.

 

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ARTEMIS was implemented as semantic Web solution using RDF and OWL. The next figure shows the OWL structure.

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The final figure shows the relationships between RDF and RDFS strcuture of this agent-based measurement approach.

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The detailled description (including the source code) can you find in Kunz et al.: An ISO 15939-Bsed Infrastructure Supproting the IT Software Measurement. in the IWSM 2005 proceedings.


 

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