Download PDF by Slim Ben Lamine, John Plaice (auth.), Michael Johnson (eds.): Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology: 6th

By Slim Ben Lamine, John Plaice (auth.), Michael Johnson (eds.)

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This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the sixth foreign convention on Algebraic technique and software program Engineering, AMAST'97, held in Sydney, Australia, in December 1997. the quantity provides forty eight revised complete papers chosen from an surprisingly excessive variety of submissions. one of many impressive beneficial properties of AMAST is its mixture of critical mathematical improvement of formal equipment in software program engineering with functional matters, instruments, case stories, and business improvement. the amount addresses all present elements of formal equipment in software program engineering and programming method, with a definite emphasis on algebraic and logical foundations.

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A discussion of all these functional areas is beyond the scope of this paper. Consequently, the following sections focus on the user profiling, content management, and map generation functionality of ACCESS. Figure 2 below outlines the ACCESS Management agent community. Fig. 2. ACCESS Management Agents. 1 User Profiling The User Profiling Agent provides a mechanism to enable agents request user preferences, which are used to configure user specific services. A distinct user profile exists 6 C. Muldoon et al.

The DACDA informs the Service User Agent of the Activity Analyzer and User Profiling Agent information. The Service User Agent requests the User Profiling Agent to create a default profile for the service. The Activity Analyzer is then informed that the service has started. Finally the DACDA is requested to launch the interface. 4 Case Study In order to animate the ACCESS system we briefly introduce an ACCESS-compliant service that has been deployed on top of the generic ACCESS system. The Bus Catcher [13] service is an agent-based ubiquitous service hosted on a PDA.

An advertisement agent subsequently sends an advertisement to Joes PDA. Fig. 4 contains the commitment rules that dictate the behavior of the Context Agent. The first commitment rule illustrates how a hotspot is created. On receiving this request the Context Agent adopts a commitment to create a hotspot. This causes the invocation of a create hotspot actuator. The create hotspot actuator subsequently adds a hotspot to the hotspot management module. The second commitment rule determines how the users position is updated in the Context Agent.

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