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XML-centric models of computation have been proposed as an answer to the demand for interoperability, heterogeneity and openness in coordination models. Recently, Bigraphical reactive systems has been introduced as a theoretical meta-model for reactive systems with semi-structured state. We present an XML representation of bigraphical reactive systems(More)
XML-centric models of computation have been proposed as an answer to the demand for interoper-ability, heterogeneity and openness in coordination models. We present a prototype implementation of an open XML-centric coordination middleware called Distributed Reactive XML. The middle-ware has as theoretical foundation a general distributed extensible process(More)
In this report a routing algorithm Ant Routing System (ARS) is presented. ARS is based on a general-purpose metaheuristic named Ant Colony Optimization, which is a framework for building ant-inspired algorithms. ARS is applied as the routing algorithm in a simulated package-switched point-to-point network. It is investigated whether ARS is able to obtain an(More)
Theory-Bigraphical Reactive Systems Reactive XML is based on Robin Milner's Bigraphical Reactive Systems [1] and developed as part of the Bigraphical Programming Languages project at ITU[6]. Bigraphical Reactive Systems can be seen as a general meta-model for reactive systems that combines nested location structures as in Cardelli's Ambient calculus and(More)
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