Announce: an erlang platform for agent programming
Tue Jul 13 15:49:36 CEST 2004
I packaged erlang-R9C-2, wings-0.98.22c, eXAT-0.1.0, dialyzer-1.0.0, eres-0.0.2.alpha, esdl-0.94.0615, yaws-1.48, escript-3.0 to Crux linux ditribution.
You can find them at:
If you are using this cool distrib, just type:
# cd /usr/port/yhafri/YOUR_PACKAGE
# pkgmk -d -i
>Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 00:05:21 +0200
>De: Corrado Santoro <csanto@REDACTED>
>Copie à: erlang-questions@REDACTED
>Sujet: Re: Announce: an erlang platform for agent programming
>You are right.
>Indeed the tarball already contains the "beam" files, so you shouldn't compile
>However, I know that having the source code is better :-)
>So, now the tarball that can be downloaded from the eXAT web site should be
>In also contains a README explaining directory structure and how to compile
>Please let me know if you have further problems.
>> Hi Corrado,
>> It seems that "acl.yrl" and "object.hrl" is missing in the eXAT source.
>> erlc -b beam acl.erl
>> /usr/ports/yhafri/exat/eXAT-0.1.0/src/acl.erl:66: can't find include file
>> /usr/ports/yhafri/exat/eXAT-0.1.0/src/acl.erl:169: record object undefined
>> /usr/ports/yhafri/exat/eXAT-0.1.0/src/acl.erl:179: record object undefined
>> make: *** [acl.beam] Error 1
>> Where can I find them?
>> ----Message d'origine----
>> >Sujet: Announce: an erlang platform for agent programming
>> >De: Corrado Santoro <csanto@REDACTED>
>> >A: Erlang Questions <erlang-questions@REDACTED>
>> >Date: 12 Jul 2004 19:04:37 +0200
>> >Dear Erlang gurus,
>> >I would like to announce a new platform for programming Software Agents
>> >with Erlang.
>> >The platform is called "eXAT" (erlang eXperimental Agent Platform) and
>> >provides an "all-in-one framework" allowing to design, with a single
>> >tool, agent intelligence, agent behaviour and agent communication.
>> >eXAT integrates an Erlang-based expert system engine with an execution
>> >environment for agent behaviours, based on object-oriented finite-state
>> >machines, and a module able to handle agent messaging.
>> >All information can be found on the eXAT Web page:
>> >There you may find some papers and the eXAT reference manual. There, you
>> >may also download the platform.
>> >eXAT was presented, for the first time, at the italian "Workshop on
>> >Objects and Agents (WOA 2003)", held last year in Sardinia
>> >(see http://www.diee.unica.it/woa03/), and it gained a discrete interest
>> >from people traditionally working with Java-based tools.
>> >An improvement of eXAT was then presented at the international IEEE
>> >"Workshop on Agent-based Computing for Enterprise Collaboration (ACEC
>> >2004)", held at WETICE 2004 in Modena
>> >(see http://siplab.csee.wvu.edu/wetice04/). In this occasion, eXAT
>> >gained a so high interest that the paper received the "Best Paper
>> >Currently, only a beta version of the platform can be downloaded from
>> >the web site. The first release is scheduled for the end of September
>> >2004, when the eXAT platform will be "officially" presented at the Agent
>> >Exhibition that will be held in Erfurt (Germany) at NetObjectDays 2004
>> >Further messages will be sent to this mailing list when any news on eXAT
>> >will be available.
>> >In any case, I would appreciate any comment on the functionalities of
>> >the platform, the design choices made or anything you think could
>> >improve eXAT.
>> >All the best,
>> >Eng. Corrado Santoro, Ph.D.
>> >University of Catania - Engineering Faculty
>> >Department of Computer Science and
>> >Telecommunications Engineering
>> >Viale A. Doria, 6 - 95125 CATANIA (ITALY)
>> >Tel: +39 095 7382380 Fax: +39 095 7382397
>> > +39 095 7382365
>> > +39 095 7382364
>> >EMail: csanto@REDACTED
>> >Personal Home Page:
>> > http://www.diit.unict.it/users/csanto
>> >NUXI Home Page:
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>Eng. Corrado Santoro, Ph.D.
>University of Catania - Engineering Faculty
>Department of Computer Science and
>Viale A. Doria, 6 - 95125 CATANIA (ITALY)
>Tel: +39 095 7382380 Fax: +39 095 338280
> +39 095 7382365
> +39 095 7382364
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