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Proceedings of Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems - TOOLS 30 (Cat. No.PR00278) (1999)
Santa Barbara, California
Aug. 1, 1999 to Aug. 5, 1999
ISBN: 0-7695-0278-4
pp: 558
Martin L. Griss , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Quiming Chen , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Gregory A. Bolcer , Endeavors Technology Incorporated
Robert R. Kessler , University of Utah
Leon J. Osterweil , University of Massachusetts
This panel addresses the perspective that agents and workflow can be seen as an evolution of components and scripting. There are several ways in which agents can be used to perform or support a workflow, and several ways in which workflow can be used to orchestrate or control the interactions between agents. The panelists explore several of these connections and various applications of agents and workflow. They discuss some of these relationships between agents and workflow, and propose opportunities for research and practice.
Components, Scripting, Workflow, Agents

R. R. Kessler, M. L. Griss, Q. Chen, G. A. Bolcer and L. J. Osterweil, "Agents and Workflow -- An Intimate Connection, or Just Friends?," Proceedings Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems. TOOLS 31(TOOLS), Nanjing, China, 1999, pp. 558.
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