Andrea Omicini, Stefano Mariani

We advocate the role of tuple-based coordination languages as effective tools for event-driven programming of situated multi-agent systems (MAS). By focussing on logic-based coordination artefacts, we discuss the benefits of exploiting ReSpecT tuple centres as event-driven abstractions for MAS coordination.

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Koblenz, 17/09/2013

This talk discusses the paper “Event-driven Programming for Situated MAS with ReSpecT Tuple Centres”, presented at JAWS 2013 (joint event from ABC:MI 2013).

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Event-driven Programming for Situated MAS with ReSpecT Tuple Centres

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Stefano Mariani

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Andrea Omicini, Stefano Mariani

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JAWS 2013

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Koblenz

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17/09/2013

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