Nowadays most of the software systems, tools, and applications in biomedical sciences are very complex and require high flexibility. Seemingly, it is difficult to identify a common underlying technology. In fact, each specific research field imposes its own constraints on the corresponding solutions. Nevertheless, at least from a software engineering perspective, the agent technology appears to fit the requirements imposed by such different research fields and encompasses most of the biomedical systems, tools, and applications in a unifying framework.

Why software agents can be effective in biomedical sciences / ARMANO G. - 3(2)(2007), pp. 167-172.

Why software agents can be effective in biomedical sciences

ARMANO, GIULIANO
2007

Abstract

Nowadays most of the software systems, tools, and applications in biomedical sciences are very complex and require high flexibility. Seemingly, it is difficult to identify a common underlying technology. In fact, each specific research field imposes its own constraints on the corresponding solutions. Nevertheless, at least from a software engineering perspective, the agent technology appears to fit the requirements imposed by such different research fields and encompasses most of the biomedical systems, tools, and applications in a unifying framework.
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