Agent Languages and Their Relationship to Other Programming Paradigms (Statements of the panel)

Abstract : One of the two panels held this year at ATAL was to address the topic of agent-oriented languages, and particularly their relationship with other (i.e. traditional) programming paradigms. What triggered this panel is the observation that while there have been several proposals for agent-oriented languages the professional programmer has not really picked these up, and continues to employ familiar and more traditional paradigms and languages such as Java, C++, relational and object-oriented databases, and CORBA. So it seemed a good idea to reflect a bit on the position of agent-oriented programming as opposed to well-established paradigms such as object-oriented programming, distributed programming and logic programming.
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John-Jules Charles Meyer, Jean-Pierre Briot, Keith Clark, Carl Hewitt. Agent Languages and Their Relationship to Other Programming Paradigms (Statements of the panel). Intelligent Agents V - Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL'98), 1555, Springer, pp.309-316, 1998, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, ⟨10.1007/3-540-49057-4_20⟩. ⟨hal-01621694⟩

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