The general question addressed in this book 'How can human organizational principles be used for multi-agent architectures?' is answered by an exploration of the possibilities to design multi-agent systems as artificial organizations. Key topics of this book: - a framework for multi-agent system design, based on human organizational notions and principles for distributed intelligent systems design - 'Coordination mechanisms' in the form of 'Problem Solving Methods', which can assist 'Managers' and agent engineers in reasoning about coordination - the 'Five Capabilities (5C) model' which is a conceptual framework bases on a generalization of typical agent intelligence competences, such as 'autonomy', 'interaction', 'pro-activeness' and 'reactiveness' - a multi-agent architecture capable of (semi)automatic reuse of Problem Solving Methods - 'Ontology-based communication', in which the meaning and intention of message contents in agent communication is specified in 'message content ontologies'.

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