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|Title: ||Using adaptive automata in a multi-paradigm programming environment|
|Authors: ||FREITAS, Aparecido Valdemir de|
JOSÉ NETO, João
Linguagem de programação
|Issue Date: ||2001 |
|Citation: ||JOSÉ NETO, J. ; FREITAS, A. V. Using Adaptive Automata in a Multi-paradigm Programming Enviroment. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED SIMULATION AND MODELLING, 2001, Marbella. Proceedings... Marbella: ASM, 2001. v.1. p. 343-348.|
|Abstract: ||In this paper the architecture of an experimental multiparadigmatic programming environment is sketched, showing how its parts combine together with application modules in order to perform the integration of program modules written in different programming languages and paradigms. Adaptive automata are special self-modifying formal state machines used as a design and implementation tool in the representation of complex systems. Adaptive automata have been proven to have the same formal power as Turing Machines. Therefore, at least in theory, arbitrarily complex systems may be modeled with adaptive automata. The present work briefly introduces such formal tool and presents case studies showing how to use them in two very different situations: the first one, in the name management module of a multi-paradigmatic and multi-language programming environment, and the second one, in an application program implementing an adaptive automaton that accepts a context-sensitive language.|
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