Hongxing Geng

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In a variety of contexts -- from social media to wireless sensor networks -- we see increasingly complex patterns of communication, often characterized by having multiple senders for messages. This paper argues that existing communication mechanisms do not adequately support many-to-many communication, and proposes <i>multicall</i> -- a richer form of(More)
Multiagent computations increasingly require complex and diverse interactions. Existing approaches to separating these communication concerns offer static protocols, which cannot handle dynamically evolving numbers and sets of communicating agents, and leave complex initialization steps mixed in with functional concerns. We present interActors, a model for(More)
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