Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Adaptive Interoperability of Multiple Heterogeneous Agents
To enable requester agents to find provider agents in environments with heterogeneous and dynamic information services, we have developed middle agents which serve to increase agent interoperability.
|Agent Transaction Language for Advertising Services (ATLAS)
A DAML-based language for advertising and locating agents, ontologies, and other Web entities.
|Integrating Intelligent Assistants into Human Teams (Joccasta)
A multi-disciplinary research project designed to increase the effectiveness of team decision making in joint planning tasks.
|Language for Advertisement and Request for Knowledge Sharing (LARKS)
A common agent capability description language (ACDL) for matching service-requesting software agents with service-providing software agents.
|Reusable Environment for Task Structured Intelligent Network Agents (RETSINA)
An architecture for developing distributed intelligent software agents that cooperate asynchronously to perform goal-directed information retrieval and information integration in support of a varie
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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