Although established as wide-ranging trends in IT, some paradigms are not yet as pervasive, diversified, and – most of all – integrated (in both senses: incorporated as well as intertwined) in real-time control systems, as they should be. The paper considers three of them: a) agent-orientation – particularly, multi-agent systems (MAS) ; b) holonic approach to manufacturing systems ; c) coarse-grain parallelism  . The state of the art in these fields is elaborated upon passing it through a threefold filter regarding real-time applications: high complexity, vital robustness, and critical response time.
Proceedings of ENAIS
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