Multi-Context Systems (MCSs) are able to formally model, in Computational Logic, distributed systems composed of heterogeneous sources, or “contexts”, interacting via special rules called “bridge rules”. In this paper, we consider how to enhance flexibility and generality in bridge-rules definition and use. In particular, we introduce and discuss some formal extensions of MCSs aimed to their practical application in dynamic environments, and we provide guidelines for implementations.

Multi-context systems in dynamic environments

Costantini, Stefania;De Gasperis, Giovanni;Formisano, Andrea
2019

Abstract

Multi-Context Systems (MCSs) are able to formally model, in Computational Logic, distributed systems composed of heterogeneous sources, or “contexts”, interacting via special rules called “bridge rules”. In this paper, we consider how to enhance flexibility and generality in bridge-rules definition and use. In particular, we introduce and discuss some formal extensions of MCSs aimed to their practical application in dynamic environments, and we provide guidelines for implementations.
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