Developing Agent-Oriented Video Surveillance System through Agent-Oriented Methodology (AOM)

Cheah Wai Shiang, Bong Tien Onn, Fu Swee Tee, Muhammad Asyraf bin Khairuddin, Msury Mahunnah

Abstract


Agent-oriented methodology (AOM) is a comprehensive and unified agent methodology for agent-oriented software development. Although AOM is claimed to be able to cope with a complex system development, it is still not yet determined up to what extent this may be true. Therefore, it is vital to conduct an investigation to validate this methodology. This paper presents the adoption of AOM in developing an agent-oriented video surveillance system (VSS). An intruder handling scenario is designed and implemented through AOM. AOM provides an alternative method to engineer a distributed security system in a systematic manner. It presents the security system at a holistic view; provides a better conceptualization of agent-oriented security system and supports rapid prototyping as well as simulation of video surveillance system.


Keywords


agent-oriented software engineering, video surveillance

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20532/cit.2016.1002869

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