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  • eBiquity 5/20/01 Who points to it? 37 - The is aa portal maintained by the UMBC mobile computing research group that has news and articles relevant to mobilecomputing, wireless technology and pervasive computing, much ofit with an intelligent agents spin. You can visitthis page to see, post, and engage in discussions around news itemsand articles on all aspects of mobile computing.

  • LEAP Lightweight Extensible Agent Platform 10/24/00 Who points to it? 21 - LEAP is a Europen project that will develop an agent platform that is: lightweight, executable on small devices such as PDAs and phones; extensible, in size and functionality; operating system agnostic; mobile team managementapplication enabling, supporting WAP and TCP/IP; FIPAcompliant.

  • Pervasive Computing News and Developments 3/30/00 Who points to it? 16 - is a slashdot-like site for news and discussion about ubiquitous and pervasive computing, covering devices, communication, infrastructure, middleware, mobility, applications, m-commerce and theory.

  • UMBC DNA project 1/3/00 Who points to it? 25 - The Dynamic Negotiating Agents project is exploring how software agents, mobile hosts, mobile users and wireless communication will fit together.

  • Project Impulse (MIT Media Lab) 1/3/00 Who points to it? 18 - "n this research project we explore a scenario in whiche-commerce meets "brick-and-mortar" commercethrough a system of buying and selling agents(representing individual consumers and retailersrespectively) that engage in multi-parameter negotiationand run on wireless mobile devices. Agents representingwell-informed consumers and participating merchantsmeet one to one on equal footing to seek agreement onthe terms of a consumer purchase." (MIT Media Lab)

  • Transportable agents for wireless networks 2/18/00 Who points to it? 35 - The ActComm Project on Transportable Agents and Wireless Networks isfunded by the Air Force Office Of Scientific Research through aDepartment of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative(MURI) grant.

  • Software Radio - Cognitive Radio 3/19/00 Who points to it? 26 - Joseph Mitola (MITRE) discusses ideas for adding intelligence to radio-based applications, including the role of agent technology.

  • CRUMPET 3/12/01 Who points to it? 21 - CRUMPET is a EU sponsored project which is developing a framework toprovide users with tourism-related content, that supports intelligent,anytime, anywhere communication. The baseline for the project is anopen-source standards-based middleware intelligent agent framework,that is being extended to support nomadic applications, devices, andnetworks.Currently the system runs on a number ofalternative 'lower'middleware layers, includingCorba, Java, and TCP/IP.

  • Workshop on Middleware for Mobile Computing 6/4/01 Who points to it? 17 - Workshop on Middleware for Mobile ComputingNovember 16, 2001, Heidelberg, GermanyIn association with IFIP/ACM Middleware 2001 Conference

  • LEAP agents platform for small devices 7/11/01 Who points to it? 18 - The first release of the LEAP 3.0 open-source FIPA agent platorm forsmall devices is expected to be on September 1, 2001. LEAP 3.0implements a light weight extensible add-on that is compatible withthe JADE development and platform environment and runs using J2SE,J2ME and Personal Java configurations. It has been tested on a numberof devices: PALM Vx, PSION 5mx, Compaq iPaq, Motorola Accompli 008;and small device emulators: Symbian Quartz and Siemens SX45.

  • FIPA-OS v2.1 7/11/01 Who points to it? 20 - FIPA-OS v2.1.0, an open-sourced java FIPA complient agent platform, isnow available and inlcudes an electronic marketplace applicationframework, HTTP message transport protocol support, and MicroFIPA-OS,a version intended for small footprint version for PDAs, mobilephones, etc.

  • wearable robots 7/20/01 Who points to it? 11 - The wearable visual robots project at Oxford Universities' ActiveVision Lab is investigating the applications and methods that might beneeded if people were to wear visually aware robots. The aim of thisresearch is to develop algorithms, methods and hardware in order tosupport the use of Wearable Robots able to deal with the wearer'sworld using artificial vision. Such robots could interact with otherpeople while the user was carrying out some other task and would haveobvious uses in environments where the user was information /communication overloaded in a busy environment.

  • Lime: Linda in a Mobile Environment 8/20/01 Who points to it? 19 - Lime is a Java-based middleware which provides a coordination layerthat can be exploited for designing applications which exhibit eitherlogical or physical mobility---or both. Lime is specifically targetedtoward the complexities of the ad hoc mobile environment, however itis applicable beyond this scope. Lime used a coordination model basedon Linda, a shared memory computing model developed in the mid 1980'sat Yale University. The Java prototype has been released as opensource under the GNU Lesser General Public License and is available onsourceforge.

  • LEAP Lightweight Extensible Agent Platform 9/26/01 Who points to it? 25 - LEAP 2.0 has just been released open-source on September 26th 2001, and is now available for download. JADE-LEAP is a Lightweight Extensible Agent Platform produced by the LEAP consortium and is probably the smallest-footprint FIPA-compliant agent platform in the World! This remarkable feat has been achieved by adopting, adapting and improving parts of JADE, the Java Agent DEvelopment framework. "

  • Dagstuhl Seminar on Ubiquitous Computing 2/28/02 Who points to it? 13 - This site has papers and presentations from theDagstuhl seminar on Ubiquitous Computing held on September 9-14, 2001

  • Samsonite announces intelligent suitcase 11/11/02 Who points to it? 15 - Samsonite has announced a new Bluetooth enabled suitcase -- it will know who it belongs to, where it should be going, and when it's lost.

  • Wearable computing and agents 12/8/02 Who points to it? 15 - Multiagent systems where the agents are people.

Edited by Tim Finin & Yannis Labrou of UMBC ebiquity and the UMBC Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department. Comments to Hits in red Who points to it? shows inverse links. Built by bk2site.