ReSpecTX: Programming Interaction Made Easy


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Giovanni Ciatto, Stefano Mariani, Andrea Omicini

Computer Science and Information Systems 15(3), pages 655-682
October 2018

In this paper we present the ReSpecTX language, toolchain, and standard library as a first step of a path aimed at closing the gap between coordination languages — mostly a prerogative of the academic realm till now — and their industrial counterparts. Since the limited adoption of coordination languages within the industrial realm is also due to the lack of suitable toolchains and libraries of reusable mechanisms, ReSpecTX equips a core coordination language (ReSpecT) with tools and features commonly found in mainstream programming languages. In particular, ReSpecTX makes it possible to provide a reference library of reusable and composable interaction patterns.

(keywords) coordination, multi-agent systems, Eclipse IDE, TuCSoN, ReSpecTX

Journals & Series

Publication

— editors

Costin Bădică, Bogdan Trawiński

— status

published

— sort

article in journal

— publication date

October 2018

— journal

Computer Science and Information Systems

— volume

15

— issue

3

— pages

655-682

URLs

original page  |  original PDF

identifiers

— IRIS

11585/646056

— Google Scholar

14640975833342876198

— WoS / ISI

000446686100010

— ISSN

1820-0214

— E-ISSN

2406-1018

notes

— note

Special Section: Contemporary Topics in Intelligent Distributed Computing

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