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Prova (from Prolog+Java)

  Asked By: Wayne    Date: Jun 17    Category: Java    Views: 1492

Prova (from Prolog+Java) is a rule-based system for Java and agent
scripting and information integration extending the Mandarax engine
with a proper language syntax and enhanced semantics. The language
breaks new ground in combining expressive and declarative programming.
It combines natural syntax and typing of Java with Prolog-style rules
and database wrappers. Java calls may include both constructor and
method calls as wellas access to public variables in classes.
Distributed and agent programming transported via JMS or JADE
protocols is based on reaction rules specified in a natural syntax.
The language makes it easy for agents to engage in concurrent
conversations without starting new threads by using reaction and novel
inline reaction rules in a very natural and ecoonomic syntax, directly
capturing conversations as state machines.



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