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—We address the problem of comprehending cause and effect relationships between relatively independent behavior components of a single application. Our focus is on the paradigm of behavioral, scenario-based, programming, as captured by the language of live sequence charts (LSC) or its Java-based counterpart, BPJ. In this programming paradigm, multi-modal(More)
In this research we investigated the effects of 4 antipsychotic drugs with different anticholinergic components on different memory functions of schizophrenic patients. Drugs were administered in cumulative doses and memory was tested 90 min after each drug was administered. The results show that chlorpromazine and thioridazine impaired short-term verbal(More)
We introduce a way to program adaptive reactive systems, using behavioral, scenario-based programming. Extending the semantics of live sequence charts with reinforcements allows the programmer not only to specify what the system should do or must not do, but also what it should try to do, in an intuitive and incremental way. By integrating scenario-based(More)
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