A Survey of Architectures for Distributed Artificial Intelligence

SRI International - Artificial Intelligence Center Technical Note 424, June 1988

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Todd Davies

Stanford University - Symbolic Systems Program; Center for the Study of Language and Information

Date Written: June 1, 1988

Abstract

This report surveys literature and research in the field of distributed artificial intelligence (DAI) and provides an overview of computer architectures particularly suited to such research. It concentrates on work to date that has involved the construction of testbeds and development tools for DAl. It tries to draw some lessons from these efforts and suggests ways in which testbeds, which heretofore have been used primarily for experimentation, might be used in the full course of system development.

Keywords: distributed artificial intelligence, testbeds, computer architecture, multi-agent systems, parallel computing

Suggested Citation

Davies, Todd R., A Survey of Architectures for Distributed Artificial Intelligence (June 1, 1988). SRI International - Artificial Intelligence Center Technical Note 424, June 1988, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2227047

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