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- CCL Agent Content Language Pages
15 - CCL is an content language designed to be used for agent communication and in particular for expressing statements about the worldwhich involve complex interrelated choices.
- Business Rules Markup Language (BRML)
28 - BRML is an 'XML Rule Interlingua for Agent Communication, based on Courteous/Ordinary LogicPrograms.' It is used in connection with 'CommonRules' from IBM, and was developed in connection withIBM's Business Rules for E-Commerce Project. A related proposal is given in the 'Agent CommunicationMarkup Language,' a new XML version of FIPA standards-draft Agent Communication Language.'
- Nomadic Pict
15 - A project at Cambridge studyingcommunication primitives for interaction between mobile agents has developed Nomadic Pict as an extension to Pict with the notion oflocations, agents, migration, distribution, and failures. Pict is a concurrent programming language based on the pi-calculus.
- UMBC KQML Web
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/.
- ARPA Knowledge Sharing Effort public library
15 - A public directory for information and software related to the ARPA Knowledge Sharing Effort. An overview of the KSE is available online.
- Knowledge Sharing
- JATLite Paper
16 - JATLite: A Java Agent Infrastructure with Message Routing, Heecheol Jeon, Charles Petrie and Mark R. Cutkosky, To appear in IEEE Internet Computing, march/April 2000.
- ACL-based Agent Systems
15 - A short article from IEEE Internet Computing by Heecheol Jeon, Charles Petrie, and Mark R. Cutkosky.
- Conceptual Graphs
15 - Conceptual graphs (CGs) are a system of logic based on the existential graphs of Charles Sanders Peirce and thesemantic networks of artificial intelligence. They express meaning in a form that is logically precise, humanlyreadable, and computationally tractable. With a direct mapping to language, conceptual graphs serve as anintermediate language for translating computer-oriented formalisms to and from natural languages. With theirgraphic representation, they serve as a readable, but formal design and specification language. CGs have beenimplemented in a variety of projects for information retrieval, database design, expert systems, and natural languageprocessing.