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11 - JATLite-ACL is an adaptation of the JATLite package to support the FIPA ACL which has been developed at EPFL.
- Representation of KIF & FIPA-ACL in XML
- What is an ontology?
16 - This page is for copies of dissertations and theses on agent-related topics. These are of special interest since the represent very current research, are (usually) substantial in their contributions, and provide good examples for students who are working on ones themselves.
8 - US mirror for FIPA pages
42 - The 23rd FIPA meeting will be held in the San Fancisco area during the week of October 8, 2001. The quarterly FIPA meetings are free and open to FIPA members and interested non-members who are willing to actively contribute to the FIPA process. More information on how to participate in FIPA can be found at http://fipa.org/.
- FIPA Inform newsletter, issue 1
17 - FIPA's Inform is a newletter of news and information about the FIPA Agent standards.
12 - Agentcities is a new initiative aiming to build a worldwide, publically accessible, test bed for the deployment of FIPA Agent basedservices.
14 - The Intelligent and Interactive System group at Imperial College as part of its CASBAh (Common AgentService Brokering Architecture) project announces an initiative called FIPA-NET to assist in locating andaccessing service providers within a FIPA agent society.FIPA-NET consists of a publicly accessible Internet "yellow-page" service for agents, which serves as a "root"to link to other such "yellow-page" services distributed across the Internet.
- FIPA Inform newsletter, issue 2 (July 00)
13 - FIPA's Inform is a newletter of news and information about the FIPA Agent standards
- 19th FIPA meeting, 16-20 Oct 2000, Sydney
11 - The 19th FIPA meeting will be held in Sydney Australia, October 16-20 at the Le Meridien Sydney Hotel and hosted by Motorola. FIPA meetings. FIPA meetings are free and open to FIPAmembers and interested non-members who are willing to activelycontribute to the FIPA process of developing agent technology standards.
- Repository of FIPA agent Specifications
32 - The FIPA specifications for agents standards are available in both pdf andhtml form.
- rfi: agent security
23 - FIPA has issues an RFI (request for information) in the area of agentsecurity aimed at collecting input, requirements and suggestions tohelp establish new work plans. Submissions should focus on securitymechanisms to implement security policies and the policies andrequirements that constrain those mechanisms. Submissions are dueApril 2, 2001 and wil be discussed in the London meeting beginningthen.
- Industry-related FIPA standards
10 - FIPA is announcing the formation of industry-related standards projects foragents and agent-based systems. The purpose of these projects is to developa multi-resolution architecture for collaborativeenterprises enablingthe management of agents at the inter-enterprise, intra-enterprise, and resourcelevels.
- Java agent services
28 - The Java Agent Services project is an initiative to define an industry standard specification and API for the development ofnetwork agent and service architectures. The JAS is developing an API, in the 'javax.agent'namespace, that instantiates the architectural features of the FIPA Abstract Architecture. JAs is organized as a Java Community Process (JCP) project.
- 28th FIPA meeting 10-12 Feb
44 - The 24th FIPA meeting will be held in Lausanne Switzerland area during 11-15 February, 2002. The quarterly FIPA meetings are free and open to FIPA members and interested non-members who are willing to actively contribute to the FIPA process. More information on how to participate in FIPA can be found at http://fipa.org/.
- FIPA Inform 5
16 - The fifth issue of the FIPA Inform newsletter describes the results of the 21st FIPA meeting in London.
- FIPA agents in ad hoc networking environments
13 - The FIPA (http://fipa.org/) Ad-Hoc Technical Committee has issued aCall for Technology seeking proposals to enhanceinteroperability between FIPA agents operating in ad-hocenvironments. Requirements include: (1) Definition of possible agentplatform fragments, which can form dynamically a compound; (2)Definition of mechanisms and protocols for agent platform fragments tobuild, release, join and leave compounds; and (3) o Usage of existingapproaches which provide support on different levels (e.g., Bluetoothad-hoc networks, JXTA P2P approach).
- 25th FIPA Meeting, 6-10 May, Vancouver
11 - The 25th meeting of the FIPA standards group will be held in Vancouver, Canada from 6 - 10 May, 2002 hosted by the University of Calgary. The quarterly FIPA meetings are free and open to FIPA members and interested non-members who are willing to actively contribute to the FIPA process. More information on how to participate in FIPA can be found at http://fipa.org/.
- FIPA Inform v2n3
12 - The FIPA Inform newsletter volume 2 number 3 describes the results of the Pleasonton meeting, the agentcities project and has profiles of two members -- Siemens and Sandia.
- Review of agent tookkits for teaching
13 - Agent toolkits: a general overview of the market and an assessment ofinstructor satisfaction with utilizing toolkits in the classroom,Alexander Serenko and Brian Detlor, McMaster University, Working Paper455, July, 2002.
- Agentcities task force
13 - Agentcities task force was launched at theAAMAS conference in Bologna in July 2002.
- FIPA Specifications voted to Standard Status
12 - The FIPA principal members recently voted to promote 23 experimental
- jfipa - Java-support for the FIPA Agent Communication Language
770 - jfipa is a set of java-based tools that supports parsing and routing of envelopes/messages of the FIPA Agent Communication Language (ACL) encoded as XML.
- Prolog Content Language
805 - PCL is a specification of how to use Prolog as a FIPA compliant content language.