A metamodel for the behavior trees modelling technique

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Proceedings - 3rd International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, ICITA 2005, 2005, I pp. 35 - 39
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Behavior Trees have been used as a modelling technique to successfully develop a number of complex software systems. However, the only available formal characterisation of this technique makes heavy use of CSP, which is not very accessible for the object-oriented community where this technique could find valuable usage. This also makes Behavior Trees hard to learn, communicate, use and implement in software tools. This paper offers a comprehensive metamodel that formally describes the main areas of the Behavior Trees technique, thus improving its usability and overall value for the object-oriented community. © 2005 IEEE.
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