Model for Knowledge Transfer in Agent Organizations: a Case Study on Moise+


  • Giovani Farias FURG
  • Paulo Rodrigues
  • Diana Adamatti
  • Eder Gonçalves



Knowledge transfer enables the development of complex multi-agent systems featuring agents that share knowledge to execute tasks. Environments shaped by knowledge transfer involve agents assuming specific roles, reasoning about the environment and other agents, and forming organizations that transfer knowledge through well-defined plans and strategies. This paper presents an organizational model for knowledge transfer, introducing a centralizing role, named organizer, responsible for managing relations between the system, agents, and their roles. An interaction protocol is established to guide the step-by-step communication between the organizer and other agents in the system during knowledge transfer. To model knowledge transfer within agent organizations, we employ a dynamic implementation of the Moise+ organizational model, called MoiseLight, enabling the creation of organizations at runtime. We validate the proposal by adapting the model to MoiseLight, demonstrating the organizer's ability to facilitate knowledge transfer among agents following the specified interaction protocol.




How to Cite

Farias, G., Rodrigues, P., Adamatti, D., & Gonçalves, E. (2024). Model for Knowledge Transfer in Agent Organizations: a Case Study on Moise+. The International FLAIRS Conference Proceedings, 37(1).



Special Track: Autonomous Robots and Agents