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A conversational programming agent runs programs one step into the future in order to visualize discrepancies between the programs users intended to write and the actual programs. ... This demonstration introduces Future Trace, a system to make programming more conversational. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This material is based in part upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants DLR-0833612 and IIP-0848962. ...doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2011.6070423 dblp:conf/vl/Repenning11a fatcat:xtuhjf3zxvh6nbbyzcp4wuouna
We describe our experiences and reflections from a participatory action research process, aiming at developing and initially using a conversation-based, structured ACP approach among community-dwelling ... , older adults in Sweden. ... We aim here to describe and reflect on our experiences in using a participatory action research approach in developing and initially using this structure for conversation-based ACP among older adults in ...doi:10.1080/07481187.2019.1701145 pmid:31858889 fatcat:r6pybl2njfbcdldzs5s4h5anhm
Although recent developments greatly increased interest in African land tenure, few models to address these issues at the required scale have been identified or evaluated. ... improved land access for legally married women and better recordation of inheritance rights; (ii) significant and large investment impacts that are particularly pronounced for women; and (iii) a reduction in ... Acknowledgements We thank the UK Department for International Development, the Global Land Tools Network, the Bank Netherlands Partnership Program, and the Gender Action Plan for funding support. ...fatcat:dhjm4y27pjeazibnpvtcisqfxi
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Conversations in service-oriented computation are frequently long running. ... In this paper, we investigate the representation and analysis of structured compensating transactions within a process calculus model, by embedding in the Conversation Calculus certain structured compensation ... as atomic actions in compensable programs. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-00945-7_6 fatcat:7u24nhrkibbfnfq7r52regmvdu
The first model incorporates objects and actions as the entities for program construction while the second model employs communicating processes. ... Applications in the areas such as office information and database systems typically use the first model while applications in the area of real time process control are usually based on the second model ... This work was supported in part by research grants from SERC/Alvey and the UK Ministry of Defence. ...doi:10.1002/spe.4380230706 fatcat:6xy2aquxyfh4bnszpuqxg43ohi
Pair Programming (PP) that has gained extensive focus within pedagogical and industrial environments is a programming practice in which two programmers use the same computer to work together on analysis ... By means of activity theory and language-action theory, some basic requirements of the DPP system are presented. ... The conversation for action forms the central fabric of a DPP. In a simple conversation for action, the driver (A) in a pair programming makes a request to the navigator (B). ...doi:10.4236/iim.2010.28059 fatcat:y3ttqezktbdljdp3u5gk5aslmu
In this paper we present a proposal to add to Jason (an interpreter of an extended version of AgentSpeak) a new level of abstraction in the task of programming conversations between agents. ... Therefore, the agents can use this knowledge in its reasoning process. This approach can be easily transfered to others agent programming languages and platforms. ... For instance, the programmer can write some code in Java to program the environment, or to construct Jason "internal actions". ...doi:10.1145/2095050.2095084 dblp:conf/oopsla/AlfonsoVBG11 fatcat:gydr6jqz7zbk7nblc23t4expfu
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK Although the number of proposals discussing various atomic action schemes is increasing, these schemes are very rarely used in designing practical applications. ... to program atomic actions based on forward error recovery; Ada 83 tasks participate in atomic actions. ... of programming atomic actions). ...doi:10.1016/s0164-1212(98)10020-1 fatcat:2lkzs7jfp5gsnlmm2e4cz7i4ri
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
As coordination is particularly important, we introduce the concept of a conversation to synchronize actions and communication in a multi-agent system. ... For agents that derive their choice of action from their beliefs and goals it is natural to facilitate communication about both these attitudes in an agent programming language. ... The program discussed in Section 5 provides examples of various user-specified actions. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14843-9_3 fatcat:lsyp2ggd6jbvrablxigvyz723m
Article: Wellings, A orcid.org/0000-0002-3338-0623 and Burns, A orcid.org/0000-0001-5621-8816 (1997) Implementing atomic actions in Ada 95. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. pp. 107-123. ... The research reported in this paper has been partially sponsored by the European-funded DeVa project. ... in a conversation. ...doi:10.1109/32.585500 fatcat:dgxo4jjsjnckvjxgd337uxblhq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Problems arising with supplementary service programs uploaded by users: such as event conversion and detection of feature interactions between the programs, are presented and their solutions are proposed ... Unlike most conventional architectures, here, one common execution environment is used for execution with all up-loaded programs. 12 service programs were tested to evaluate the proposed systems. ... Action Executing Part On receiving an Action-description from the interpreter, the Action executing part of the program analyzes it and decides which programs are to be executed and in what order. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-36199-5_19 fatcat:nlk7biu3njdfpfdosyw5fuyorq
Human Resources Abstracts
The majority of interactions in this business environment are conversations for action—that is, conversations through which participants get things done. ... This article includes a model for the opening of such conversations for action. ...
American Sociological Review
The question is an element in conversation. ... The generic situation in which imputation and avowal of motives arise, involves, first, the social conduct or the (stated) programs of languaged creatures, 1.e., programs and actions oriented with reference ...
These general issues are illustrated in terms of an account of the design and implementation of one particular converter, which converts programs from Pascal-SC (a Pascal dialect) to Ada. ... A specific aim of the presentation is to provide guidance for those contemplating future language conversion projects. ... These comprise less straightforward conversions, actions that were not implemented because the effort involved was not justified by the consequent savings in handediting effort, and actions requiring further ...doi:10.1002/spe.4380210405 fatcat:hoomcxyhyzch7k3axszt72yubu
Finally, i t i s s h o wn that in some cases an intermediate paradigm may p r o vide a suitable solution. ... The problem of designing complex dependable systems is addressed in this paper. Due to some peculiarities of their application and behavior these are often referred to as reactive systems. ... Fig. 2 . 2 Processes P1, P2, P3, P4 take part in conversation C1 only P2 and P3 are involved in nested conversation C2. ...doi:10.1016/s1474-6670(17)36338-3 fatcat:syj5conw2vh5zenvhxqoe7gxzy
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