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A Coordination Language for Collective Agent-based Systems: GroupLog

Fernanda Barbosa, José C. Cunha
The paper presents the GroupLog coordination language for collective agent-based systems. It is a logic language based on the notion of group, a cooperating entity whose definition is important to model cooperation in a flexible and well-structured manner and to hide low-level management of coordination activities. In the paper, an informal presentation of the GroupLog language and its use is illustrated through examples.
Applied Artificial Intelligence: An International Journal 15(1), pages 59-78, January 2001.
Andrea Omicini, George A. Papadopoulos (eds.), Taylor & Francis
Special Issue: Coordination Models and Languages in AI
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	Author = {Barbosa, Fernanda and Cunha, Jos{\'e} C.},
	Doi = {10.1080/08839510150204617},
	Editor = {Omicini, Andrea and Papadopoulos, George A.},
	Issn = {0883-9514},
	Issn-Online = {1087-6545},
	Journal = {Applied Artificial Intelligence: An International Journal},
	Month = jan,
	Note = {Special Issue: Coordination Models and Languages in {AI}},
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	Pages = {59--78},
	Publisher = {Taylor \& Francis},
	Title = {A Coordination Language for Collective Agent-based Systems: {G}roup{L}og},
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