Rafael Heitor Bordini, Antonio Carlos da Rocha Costa, Jomi Fred Hubner, Rosa Maria Viccari
We proposed some linguistic features to support the migration of agents between societies that have different communication mechanisms. In other words, we dealt with the problem of an agent entering any existing society whose communication means were not previously known. We think that such features will become increasingly important in the account of complex, heterogeneous, adaptive, evolutionary, continuously running, open systems. It is noteworthy that an important outcome of these ideas is interoperability.