WTA 2007 - II.1 - Linguagens de Programação aderentes ao Paradigma Adaptativo (WTA 2007 - II.1 - Programming Languages adherent to the Adaptive Paradigm)

Aparecido Valdemir de Freitas (avfreitas@imes.edu.br)

Universidade Municipal de São Caetano do Sul
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Nov. 2007
Volume: 5,   Issue: 7 
ISSN: 1548-0992

An adaptive device is made up of an underlying mechanism, for instance, an automaton, a grammar, etc., to which is added an adaptive mechanism, responsible for allowing a dynamic modification in the structure of the underlying mechanism. Adaptive languages have the basic feature of allowing the expression of programs which self-modifying through adaptive actions at runtime. The conception of such languages calls for a new programming style, since the application of adaptive technology suggests a new way of thinking. The adaptive programming style may be a feasible alternate way to obtain self-modifying consistent codes, which allow its use in modern applications for self-modifying.

Index Terms:
Adaptive Language, Adaptive Technology, Adaptive Programming style, Adaptive Mechanism.   

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