Programmable Coordination Media


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Enrico Denti, Antonio Natali, Andrea Omicini

David Garlan, Daniel Le Métayer (eds.)
“Coordination Languages and Models”, pages 274–288
Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1282
Springer-Verlag
1997

The design, development and maintenance of multi-component software systems often suffer from the lack of suitable coordination abstractions. The aim of this paper is to show the benefits of coordination models based on global communication abstractions whose behaviour is not fixed, but is extensible so as to accomplish the intended behaviour of the whole system. Accordingly, we propose the notion of programmable coordination medium as an abstraction provided by the coordination model around which the global behaviour of a coordination architecture can be designed. As an example, we show how a Linda-based approach can be empowered by exploiting the notion of programmable tuple space, as supported by the ACLT coordination model.

(keywords) Coordination Models, Programmable Coordination Media, Reactions, Tuple Spaces, Multi-Agent Systems

2nd International Conference (COORDINATION'97), Berlin, Germany, 1-3 September 1997. Proceedings

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  • 2nd International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages (COORDINATION 1997) — 01/09/1997–03/09/1997

Publication

— authors

— editors

David Garlan, Daniel Le Métayer

— status

published

— sort

paper in proceedings

— publication date

1997

— volume

Coordination Languages and Models

— series

Lecture Notes in Computer Science

— volume

1282

— pages

274–288

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identifiers

— DOI

10.1007/3-540-63383-9_86

— ACM

713152

— Scopus

2-s2.0-84957066558

— print ISSN

0302-9743

— print ISBN

978-3-540-63383-9

— online ISBN

978-3-540-69527-1

— ISBN–10

3-540-63383-9

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2nd International Conference (COORDINATION'97), Berlin, Germany, 1-3 September 1997. Proceedings

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