Programming the interaction space effectively with respectx

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The lack of a suitable toolchain for programming the interaction space with coordination languages hinders their adoption in the industry, and limits their application as core calculus, proof-of-concept frameworks, or rapid prototyping/simulation environments. In this paper we present the ReSpecTX language and toolchain as a first step toward closing the gap, by equipping a core coordination language (ReSpecT) with tools and features commonly found in mainstream programming languages, improving likelihood of adoption in real-world scenarios.




Ciatto, G., Mariani, S., & Omicini, A. (2018). Programming the interaction space effectively with respectx. Studies in Computational Intelligence, 737, 89–101.

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