Coordination Models and Languages: From Parallel Computing To Self-Organisation

Andrea Omicini, Mirko Viroli

Starting from the pioneering work on Linda and Gamma, coordination models and languages have gone through an amazing evolution process over the years. From closed to open systems, from parallel computing to multi-agent systems and from database integration to knowledge-intensive environments, coordination abstractions and technologies have gained in relevance and power in those scenarios where complexity has become a key factor. In this paper, we outline and motivate 25 years of evolution of coordination models and languages, and discuss their potential perspectives in the future of artificial systems.

The Knowledge Engineering Review 26(1), pages 53-59, March 2011.
Peter McBurney, Simon Parsons, Mirko Viroli (eds.), Cambridge University Press.
Special Issue 01 (25th Anniversary Issue)

Author = {Omicini, Andrea and Viroli, Mirko},
Doi = {10.1017/S026988891000041X},
Editor = {McBurney, Peter and Parsons, Simon and Viroli, Mirko},
Issn = {0269-8889},
Journal = {The Knowledge Engineering Review},
Month = mar,
Note = {Special Issue 01 (25th Anniversary Issue)},
Number = 1,
Pages = {53--59},
Publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
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Title = {Coordination Models and Languages: From Parallel Computing To Self-Organisation},
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Volume = 26,
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