Programming and Software Engineering

München, Germany

Programming and Software Engineering

München, Germany
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Belzner L.,Programming and Software Engineering | De Nicola R.,Institute for Advanced Studies | Vandin A.,Institute for Advanced Studies | Wirsing M.,Programming and Software Engineering
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2014

Programming autonomic systems with massive number of heterogeneous components poses a number of challenges to language designers and software engineers and requires the integration of computational tools and reasoning tools. We present a general methodology to enrich SCEL, a recently introduced language for programming systems with massive numbers of components, with reasoning capabilities that are guaranteed by external reasoners. We show how the methodology can be instantiated by considering the Maude implementation of SCEL and a specific reasoner, Pirlo, implemented in Maude as well. Moreover we show how the actual integration can benefit from the existing analytical tools of the Maude framework. In particular, we demonstrate our approach by considering a simple scenario consisting of a group of robots moving in an arena aiming at minimising the number of collisions. © 2014 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

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