Promoting Space-Aware Coordination: ReSpecT as a Spatial-Computing Virtual Machine


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Stefano Mariani, Andrea Omicini

Jean-Louis Giavitto, Stefan Dulman, Antoine Spicher, Mirko Viroli (eds.)
“6th International Spatial Computing Workshop (SCW 2013)”, pages 29–34
May 2013

Situatedness is a fundamental requirement for today’s complex software systems—as well as for the computation models and programming languages used to build them. Spatial situatedness, in particular, is an essential feature for coordination models and languages, as they represent the most effective approach to face the critical issues of interaction. Following some seminal works on the subject, in this paper we try to bring some novel results from the Coordination field into the Spatial Computing perspective, by identifying a minimal set of primitives that could be used to build a virtual machine for a space-aware coordination language, using ReSpecT as our reference example.

(keywords) Situatedness; Spatial Computing Languages; Tuple-based Coordination; Environment; Space-Time Fabric

Events

  • Spatial Computing Workshop 2013 (SCW 2013) — 06/05/2013

Publication

— editors

Jean-Louis Giavitto, Stefan Dulman, Antoine Spicher, Mirko Viroli

— status

published

— sort

paper in proceedings

— publication date

May 2013

— volume title

6th International Spatial Computing Workshop (SCW 2013)

— pages

29–34

— address

AAMAS 2013, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

identifiers

— IRIS

11585/256508

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