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Eel, a Declarative Language for Programming Adaptive Agents

T. S. Dahl, Eel, a Declarative Language for Programming Adaptive Agents. CSTR-98-008, Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol. August 1998. PDF, 66 Kbytes.

Abstract

This is a report on the Eel programming language, its syntax, semantics and intended use. The language has been developed as a tool to allow programs to adapt using symbolic learning techniques. Eel is a logic language and has a declarative interpretation of user and process communication. This is achieved by extending the traditional deductive proof procedure with abduction of a set of communication events. Eel also allows initiation of concurrent evaluation of subqueries and has a declarative interpretation of such initiations.

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