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Programming Mirror-Worlds: An Agent-Oriented Programming Perspective

Alessandro Ricci, Angelo Croatti, Pietro Brunetti, Mirko Viroli
The impressive development of technologies is reducing the gulf between the physical and the digital matter, reality and virtuality. Mirror worlds (MW) are agent-based systems that live on this edge. They are meant to be a conceptual blueprint for designing future smart environment systems, providing an innovative conceptual framework for investigating inter-disciplinary aspects - from cognition to interaction, cooperation, governance - concerning human-agent mixed-reality and augmented systems.
Engineering Multi-Agent Systems (EMAS 2015), 2015
@inproceedings{,
	location = {Istanbul, Turkey},
	booktitle = {Engineering Multi-Agent Systems (EMAS 2015)},
	year = 2015,
	status = {Published},
	venue_list = {--},
	author = {Ricci, Alessandro and Croatti, Angelo and Brunetti, Pietro and Viroli, Mirko},
	title = {Programming Mirror-Worlds: An Agent-Oriented Programming Perspective},
	abstract = {The impressive development of technologies is reducing the gulf between the physical and the digital matter, reality and virtuality. Mirror worlds (MW) are  agent-based systems that live on this edge. They are meant to be a conceptual blueprint for designing future smart environment systems, providing an innovative conceptual framework for investigating inter-disciplinary aspects - from cognition to interaction, cooperation, governance - concerning human-agent  mixed-reality and augmented systems. },
	numpages = 21,
	venue_e = {Events.Emas2015}}