Talks » Programming abstractions for integrating autonomous and reactive behaviors: an agent-oriented approach

Programming abstractions for integrating autonomous and reactive behaviors: an agent-oriented approach

Andrea Santi
The integration of autonomous and reactive behavior is a relevant problem in the context of concurrent programming, related to the integration of thread-based and event-driven programming. From a programming paradigm perspective, the problem can not be easily solved by approaches based on object-oriented concurrent programming or by the actor model, being them natively based on the reactivity principle only. In this paper we tackle the problem with agent-oriented programming, using an agent-oriented programming language called simpAL.
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Tucson, USA, 21/10/2012