Albert Fleischmann, E. Börger, Harald Lerchner,
"Subject-Orientation as a Method to Specify the Cooperation of Active Entities in the uCepCortex Project"
, in Liu, Derong; Alippi, Cesare; Zhao, Dongbin; Hussain, Amir: Advances in Brain Inspired Cognitive Systems, Serie Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7888, Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, Seite(n) 328-337, 2013, ISBN: 978-3-642-38785-2
Subject-Orientation as a Method to Specify the Cooperation of Active Entities in the uCepCortex Project
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Advances in Brain Inspired Cognitive Systems
The aim of the uCepCortex project is to develop an exocortex based on Ubiquitous Complex Event Processing as an Artificial Cognitive System and to investigate how to enhance human cognitive abilities, manage assistive robots, and their cooperation with humans via an exocortex system. In order to develop applications based on these artefacts the requirements of these applications have to be defined in a technology independent manner. This means an abstract model of the planned application has to be described. In this article we describe a notion of model which supports the specification of autonomous agents and their interaction by events. This notion has a precise semantics which is defined by Abstract State Machines (ASM). Such models can be transformed into executable programs.