Project OOVASIS (cro. Organizacijsko oblkovanje višegentnih sustava u Internetu Stvari - Organizational Design of Multi-Agent Systems in the Internet of Things) was financed by the Univeristy of Zagreb from October 2013 until June 2014. The research was aimed towards the development and formalization of organizational design methods for multi-agent systems in the Internet of Things. The team has developed a semantic wiki about organizational design methods, as well as a formal ontology to foster further development of software engineering techniques for agent organizations.

Project Members


Scientific conference papers with international peer-review

1. Schatten, Markus; Grd, Petra; Konecki, Mladen; Kudelić, Robert.
Towards a Formal Conceptualization of Organizational Design Techniques for Large Scale Multi Agent Systems // Conference Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on System-Integrated Intelligence: Challenges for Product and Production Engineering / Thoben, Klaus-Dieter ; Busse, Matthias ; Denkena, Berend ; Gausemeier, Jürgen, editor(s). Bremen : University of Bremen, 2014. 725-734 (lecture,international peer-review,published,scientific).

Journal Papers

1. Schatten, Markus.
Smart Residential Buildings as Learning Agent Organizations in the Internet of Things. // Business Systems Research. 5 (2014) , 1; 34-46 (journal article).

2. Schatten, Markus.
Organizational Architectures for Large-Scale Multi-Agent Systems' Development: An Initial Ontology. // Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. 290 (2014) ; 261-268 (journal article).

Invited Talks

1. Schatten, Markus.
Enacting Agents for the Internet of Things. // LabSurfing Event FET EYE Project, Belgrade (2014) (invited talk).

2. Schatten, Markus; Bojić, Iva; Nižetić-Kosović, Ivana; Lendak, Imre; Škorput, Pero.
Smart CITY’s Traffic Control Infrastructure for Societies of FLYing Vehicles // BlueSky Conference FET EYE Project, Budapest (2014) (invited talk)