Ambient-Oriented Programming is a paradigm for programming peer-to-peer mobile applications. This page is also the home of AmbientTalk, our experimental programming language for mobile peer-to-peer applications.

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  1. Karami, Farzane; Owe, Olaf; Ramezanifarkhani, Toktam: An evaluation of interaction paradigms for active objects (2019)
  2. Ameur-Boulifa, R.; Henrio, L.; Kulankhina, O.; Madelaine, E.; Savu, A.: Behavioural semantics for asynchronous components (2017)
  3. Scholliers, Christophe; Tanter, Éric; De Meuter, Wolfgang: Parallel actor monitors: disentangling task-level parallelism from data partitioning in the actor model (2014)
  4. Van Cutsem, Tom; Gonzalez Boix, Elisa; Scholliers, Christophe; Lombide Carreton, Andoni; Harnie, Dries; Pinte, Kevin; De Meuter, Wolfgang: Ambienttalk: programming responsive mobile peer-to-peer applications with actors (2014) ioport
  5. Henrio, Ludovic; Kammüller, Florian; Lutz, Bianca: ASP(_\textfun) : a typed functional active object calculus (2012)
  6. Scholliers, Christophe; Harnie, Dries; Tanter, Éric; De Meuter, Wolfgang; D’hondt, Theo: Ambient contracts: verifying and enforcing ambient object compositions à la carte (2011) ioport
  7. Caromel, Denis; Henrio, Ludovic; Serpette, Bernard Paul: Asynchronous sequential processes (2009)
  8. Haller, Philipp; Odersky, Martin: Scala actors: Unifying thread-based and event-based programming (2009)