Signs of a revolution in computer science and software engineering. (English) Zbl 1022.68731
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Summary: Several characteristics distinguish today’s complex software systems from ”traditional” ones. Examples in different areas show that these characteristics, already the focus of agent-oriented software engineering research, influence many application domains. These characteristics will impact how software systems are modeled and engineered. We are on the edge of a revolutionary shift of paradigm, pioneered by the multi-agent systems community, and likely to change our very attitudes in software systems modeling and engineering. For the entire collection see [Zbl 1013.68964
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