Collaboration between Human and Artificial Societies by Julian A. Padget

By Julian A. Padget

This e-book files clinical paintings awarded firstly in the course of workshops held in the HCM community venture VIM: a digital multicomputer for symbolic purposes. The revised complete papers offered within the ebook have passed through a strategy of thorough post-workshop reviewing. they're prepared in sections on languages and structures, brokers and functions, and coordination and collaboration.

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Lookup scheduling storage execution state access sending reception to meta−levels Base Level Application Object Message Message Fig. 2. Meta-components in CodA Note that some other reflective architectures may be more specialized and may offer a more reduced (and abstract) set of meta-components. Examples are the Actalk and GARF platforms, where a smaller amount of meta-components may be in practice sufficient to express a large variety of schemes and application problems. The Actalk platform [16,17] helps at experimenting with various synchronization and communication models for a given program, by changing and specializing various models/components of: (1) activity (implicit or explicit acceptance of requests, intra-objet concurrency.

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