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.
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