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TuCSoN is a coordination model & technology for distributed processes
TuCSoN is a coordination model & technology for distributed processes

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TuCSoN4Jason released!

TuCSoN4Jason (T4Jn for short) is a Java library enabling Jason agents to exploit TuCSoN coordination services wrapped as Jason internal actions. Jason is a well-known Java-based implementation of the AgentSpeak(L) language for BDI agents. TuCSoN is Java-based middleware providing software agents with coordination as a service via programmable logic tuple spaces, called tuple centres.
By combining TuCSoN and Jason, T4Jn aims at providing MAS engineers with a full-featured MAS middleware for cognitive agents, enabling them to exploit both dimensions of agent-oriented software engineering — individual, through Jason agents; social, via TuCSoN tuple centres — in a complete and well-balanced way.

T4Jn is available under GNU LGPL license @ http://apice.unibo.it/xwiki/bin/view/TuCSoN/4Jason
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Guide v. 1.3.1 for TuCSoN v. 1.12.0.0301 released!

It includes
- RBAC-MAS
- asynchronous operation invocation
- minor corrections & improvements 
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TuCSoN 1.12.0.0301 Released

Main new features:

- rewritten & widely enhanced support to RBAC [thanks to Emanuele Buccelli, Francesco Galassi, Roberto Togni]
- rewritten & widely enhanced support to asynchronous invocation of TuCSoN operations [thanks to Fabio Consalici, Riccardo Drudi]
 - improved Java API for installation, liveness-check, and shutdown of TuCSoN nodes
 - persistency feature bug fixes
 - alignement with upcoming tuProlog 3.0.1
 - alignement with Java 7
 
 Home: <http://tucson.unibo.it>
 Download latest version: <http://bitbucket.org/smariani/tucson/downloads/tucson.jar>
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TuCSoN 1.11.0.0209 released

Main new features:

- distributions of TuCSoN and tuProlog finally separated
- distributions of TuCSoN branches (TuCSoN4JADE & TuCSoNAndroid) separated
- persistency & recovery mechanisms
- ReSpecTVM step-by-step mode via Inspector
- alignment with TuCSoN4JADE (v. 1.0)
- alignment with tuProlog (v. 2.9.1)
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TuCSoN 1.10.7.0208 released!

Main features:
- integration with Jade through the TuCSoN4JADE bridge
- bug fixes

Download:
- TuCSoN on BitBucket <http://bitbucket.org/smariani/tucson/downloads/TuCSoN-1.10.7.0208.jar>
- TuCSoN4JADE on BitBucket > <http://bitbucket.org/smariani/tucson/downloads/TuCSoN4JADE-1.0.jar>
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TuCSoN 1.10.6.0208 released!

Main new features:
- tuProlog 2.8
- API for C-like tuples in Java
- partial refactoring of dependencies from LogicTuple package
- linking primitives bug fixes
- other bug fixes

Download:
- Google Code <https://docs.google.com/file/d/0By5T8_MJ_fTvc3V0WkVnWVFUWms>
- SourceForge
<http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/tucson/1.10.6.0208/1.10.6.0208.jar>
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TuCSoN 1.10.5.0207 released!

Main new features:
- situatedness primitives getEnv & setEnv released (thanks to S. Maraldi!)
- tranducers, probes, TransducerManager & ResourceManager introduced for situatedness (thanks to S. Maraldi!)
- Java 6 backward compatibility changes, to ease TuCSoN-on-Android deployment
- Bugs fixed
    - tuProlog spawned activities fixed: now they are full functioning, either Java-spawned or tuProlog-spawned
    - Inspector bug fixed, which used to prevent pending query view
    - linking out bug harnessing distributed deployment fixed 
    - out_s bug fixed, which could cause an inconsistent update of the ReSpecT specification space

[Download]
- Google Code <http://tucson.googlecode.com/files/TuCSoN-1.10.5.0207.jar>
- SourceForge
<http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/tucson/1.10.5.0207/TuCSoN-1.10.5.0207.jar>
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"Coordination for Situated MAS: Towards an Event-driven Architecture" by +Andrea Omicini  & +Stefano Mariani . Invited paper @PNSE'13.
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