Joshua is a chess robot. It is a stepper motor robot that interfaces with a photosensible board and a computer to play chess with an embedded artificail intelligence, a game database, or a player on the Internet. The package includes software, robot photos, technical papers, schematics, and cabling instructions.
PSIworld (Programmable Scalable Interactive World) is a framework that provides a set of libraries, utilities, and applications to ease the implementation of dynamic artificial intelligence environments. Specifically, the development of multi-agent applications is targeted. It is designed in a generic manner so that various kinds of applications can use it. This framework not only includes pure algorithm libraries for AI computation tasks, but also a C/C++ library for distributed computation. A server-client model also involves various, concurrent visualization methods of distinct Agents or Societies.
Neural Network Framework is a C++ framework to develop, simulate, and analyze arbitrary complex neural networks. The programmer can use the classes provided to create neural networks with arbitrary topology and mixed type of neurons. It's very easy to add customized neurons and layers.
Amiba is a Gene Expression Programming (GEP) framework for Java. GEP is, like genetic algorithms, a branch of evolutionary computing. The framework separates the process of evolution from the process of interpretation of the chromosome, allowing the use of various schemes. For example, graphs may be used as terminals and graph operations as operators in the chromosome instead of the usual double precision numbers. It implements mutation, transposition, and recombination. Options and rates are easily configured through an XML file. A mechanism to load fitness cases in bulk is also provided.
MARIE is a new design tool for mobile and autonomous robot applications, designed to facilitate the integration of multiple heterogeneous software elements. It is a flexible tool based on a distributed model, thus allowing the realization of an application using one machine or various networked machines, architectures, and platforms.
DIET Agents is a multi-agent platform in Java. A bottom-up design is used to ensure that the platform is lightweight, scalable, robust, adaptive, and extensible. It is especially suitable for rapidly developing peer-to-peer prototype applications and/or adaptive, distributed applications that use bottom-up, nature-inspired techniques.