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1997 IEEE Aerospace Conference
ESL (Execution Support Language) is a language for encoding execution knowledge in embedded autonomous agents. It is similar in spirit to RAPs [Firby89] and RPL [McDermott91], and RS [Lyons93], and its design owes much to these systems. Unlike its predecessors, ESL aims for a more utilitarian point in the design space. ESL was designed primarily to be a powerful and easy-to-use tool, not to serve as a representation for automated reasoning or formal analysis (although nothing precludes its usedoi:10.1109/aero.1997.574422 fatcat:du7ap2aemfcf5dgxrtqwnycl2m