Frameworks


Multi-agent architecture and framework that eases the development and the operation of large-scale, distributed applications and services.
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Lightweight multi-agent architecture and framework that simplifies the development of applications for different kind of devices.
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Tools


Analyze existing organizational structures and design your own multi-agent systems.
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Intuitive and extensible monitor for controlling distributed multi-agent infrastructures at runtime.
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Well-equipped BPMN editor, powerful multi-language transformation and workflow simulator.
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Demonstrations at LNDW 2014

During this years “Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften” (long night of science), we will show 3 demonstrations involving agents and JIAC-based applications.

  • The first of them is the Smart Kitchen Assistant, which intends to help answering the question what to cook for dinner if you don’t know what is still left at home. The assistant helps e.g. with choosing a recipe and provides an overview of available ingredients. The assistant suggests recipes according to the user’s preferences, which preferably include groceries close to their expiration date, and excludes recipes containing ingredients somebody is allergic to.
  • Second, we will show a demo of the Intermodal Mobility Assistence for Megacities (IMA). The objective of IMA is the development of an open mobility platform, where providers of mobility concepts or traffic-related information services are able to offer their services in a standardised fashion. The assistance system accesses these services and uses semantic annotations to calculate individual travel recommendations. These recommendations are communicated to users by means of multimodal interfaces. The assistance system continuously observes the trajectory of the user and traffic related data and is thus able to notify users in case of unexpected route deviations or sudden traffic disturbances. Impacts of infrastructural changes can be predicted by an additional simulation
  • Last but not least, we will also show our autonomous NAO robots. They will be demonstrating their soccer playing abilities by shooting at a goal wall.

The LNDW 2014 will be held on May 10th, 17-24h. Our demonstrations will be shown in TU-Berlin’s TEL building, Ernst-Reuter-Platz-7, 10587 Berlin.

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