Beyond Computation: Coordination — Managing the Complexity of Interaction


Andrea Omicini  /  Andrea Omicini

<div>Interaction constitute a separate dimension of computing, orthogonal to (sequential) algorithmic computation: managing interaction is something more than simply I/O handling. Coordination is an emerging area of language, models, and systems meant to effectively manage the intrinsics complexity of interactive software architectures.</div>

<div>Coordination models and languages are meant to provide the abstractions and metaphors needed for the design of multi-component software systems (like multi-agent architectures). An outline of the most prominent coordination models and languages in literature will be actually given and a comparison will be tried, focussing in particular on their impact on the design of complex software architectures.</div>

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IRST Doctorate School

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Università di Trento, Italy

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15/01/1998

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