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  • Identification
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  • Observations
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  • Identification

    Little JIL

    Homepage

    http://laser.cs.umass.edu/tools/littlejil.html

    Institution

    at LASER Laboratory
    at University of Massachusetts

    Observations

    Little-JIL began as graphical subset of JIL (Julia Input Language).

    Little-JIL is a graphical language for defining processes that coordinate the activities of autonomous agents and their use of resources during the performance of a task. Little-JIL programs are executable so that agents can be guided through a process while ensuring that their actions adhere to the process. Little-JIL programs are also statically analyzable to ensure that reliability requirements are satisfied for all executions of the process.

    Publications

    2000:
    /Cass, 2000/ Little-JIL/Juliette: A Process Definition Language and Interpreter

    1999:
    /Lee, 1999/ Evaluation of Little-JIL 1.0 with ISPW-6 Software Process Example

    1998:
    /Lerner, 1998/ Programming Process Coordination in Little-JIL - Towards the Harmonious Functioning of Parts for Effective Results

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