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- Open Agent Architecture 2.1 released
43 - An agent platform developed by SRI
- Zeus Agent Building Toolkit
14 - A FIPA-compliant agent platform, developed by British Telecom's R&D
- Hive: a platform for mobile agents
14 - Hive is a Java software platform for creating distributed applications. Using Hive, programmers can easily create systems that connect and use data from all over the Internet. At its heart, Hive is an environment for distributed agents to live, communicating and moving to fulfill applications.
- Bee-gent 1.3 available
22 - Bee-gent is a new type of development framework in that it is a 100% pure agent system. As opposed to other systems which make only some use of agents, Bee-gent completely "Agentifies" the communication that takes place between software applications. The applications become agents, and all messages are carried by agents. Thus, Bee-gent allows developers to build flexible open distributed systems that make optimal use of existing applications. This software is developed by Computer & Network Systems Laboratory Corporate Research & Development Center TOSHIBA Corporation.
- Agent Building Shell (ABS)
11 - Bee-gent is a new type of development framework in that it is a 100% pure agent system. As opposed to other systems which make only some use of agents, Bee-gent completely "Agentifies" the communication that takes place between software applications. The applications become agents, and all messages are carried by agents. Thus, Bee-gent allows developers to build flexible open distributed systems that make optimal use of existing applications. This software is developed by Computer & Network Systems Laboratory Corporate Research & Development Center TOSHIBA Corporation.
- Odyssey Site
8 - About Aglets Software Development Kit: Think of the Internet as a distributed, massively parallel supercomputer that connects information repositories, databases, intelligent agents, and mobile code. Imagine sending your own personalized agents to roam the Internet. They will monitor your favorite Web sites, get you the ticket you couldn't get at the box office, or help you to schedule meetings for your next overseas trip. Sounds like science fiction? Maybe, but at IBM Research we decided to do something about it. Read on and learn about Aglets Software Development Kit from IBM. We are confident that you will be excited about what you discover!
9 - The Intelligent Software Agents group at Carnegie-Mellon University have designed the A-Match system to be a web interface to their Matchmaker. A matchmaker acts similar to a yellow pages service; it collects advertisements from service-providing agents and offers a mechanism for service-requesting agents to search its database. A-Match is a web interface to the RETSINA Matchmaker. In the RETSINA multiagent system, the Matchmaker serves as a liaison between agents that request services and agents that provide services. Within the RETSINA multiagent system, agents automatically communicate their advertisements and requests to the Matchmaker with KQML messages. A-Match provides an interface for human users to advertise their agents, find agents with the desired capabilities, query and customize agents.
9 - JATLite (Java Agent Template, Lite) is a package of programs written in the Java language that allow users to quickly create new software "agents" that communicate robustly over the Internet. JATLite also provides a basic infrastructure, shown in Figure 1, in which agents register with an Agent Message Router (AMR) using a name and password, connect/disconnect from the Internet, send and receive messages, transfer files with FTP, and generally exchange information with other agents on the various computers where they are running. Developed at the Center for Design Research (CDR), Stanford University.
28 - Nortel's open source implementation of the mandatoryelements contained within the FIPA 97 specificationfor agent interoperability. It is implemented inJava and requires the use of the Voyager Orb, IBM's XMLparser, and SiRPAC from W3C (all free).
- The JAM Project: Fraud and Intrusion Detection Using Meta-learning Agents
13 - The JAM Project: Fraud and Intrusion Detection Using Meta-learning Agents
- The Agent Building Shell: Programming Cooperative Enterprise Agents
9 - Enterprise Integration LaboratoryUniversity of TorontoThis project is developing an Agent Building Shell that provides several reusable layers oflanguages and services for building agent systems: coordination and communicationlanguages, description logic-based knowledge management, cooperative informationdistribution, organization modeling and conflict management. The approach is being used todevelop multiagent applications in the area of manufacturing enterprise supply chainintegration.
- DECAF Agent Framework
9 - DECAF (Distributed Environment Centered Agent Framework) provides a platform forextremely rapid development of agents. This is accomplished by building an operatingenvironment that provides an interface, internal agent scheduling and monitoring in a fashionsimilar to operating system primitives. The agent developer does not need knowledge of any ofthis structure and can thus focus on development of the agent itself. The basic DECAFarchitecture has been built using the Java programming language. The rapid prototyping hasbeen tested by development of approximately 15 agents over a two week period by a recentclass.
9 - EXCALIBUR is a generic architecture for autonomous agents used in a complexcomputer-game environment. These agents must be able to find the right actions to pursuetheir given goals and adapt their behavior to new environments or opponents. Agents also mustbe able to communicate and perform coordinated group actions.
11 - Distributed Systems Group, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.FarGo is a Java-based programming environment for the development ofmobile-component-based distributed applications
- CMU Software agents group
18 - Carnegie Mellon University.RETSINA is a reusable agent. Each RETSINA agent has four reusable modules forcommunicating, planning, scheduling and monitoring the execution of tasks and requests fromother agents. A RETSINA agent is distinguished according to the kind of task it performs (i.e.interface, task, and information agents).
17 - JIAC - Java Intelligent Agents Componentware - developed at theDAI-Lab/Technical University Berlin comprises a Java class library (API) for the developmentof a universal architecture of agent oriented systems. Together with the Java code, usable bymeans of inheritance and association/aggregation in arbitrary code, JIAC is also equipped witha particular methodology for realizing agent oriented system, finally, it is supported by asuitable set of tools supporting this activity.The JIAC approach adopts the principal idea of independent and autonomous agents within theinternal structure of each agent, too. That is, to a certain extent JIAC is realizing aself-similar structure. The `agents' within an agent are called `components'. JIAC knowsspecial purpose components, suited for the handling of generally necessary activities ofagents like communication, security, knowledge base administration etc.