simpA is a framework extending the basic Java environment with an agent-oriented abstraction layer for programming complex (concurrent in particular) applications.
simpA is based on the A&A (Agents and Artifacts) programming model, which introduces high-level metaphors taken from human society, namely agents – analogous to humans, as executors of activities and activities — and artifacts—analogous of the objects, resources, tools that are dynamically constructed, used, manipulated by humans to support / realise their individual and social activities.

Being based on a library on top of Java, simpA applications can be compiled and run directly on a flat Java environment.

simpA technology is fully open-source, hosted on SourceForge.



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