JADE – A FIPA-compliant agent framework

@inproceedings{Bellifemine1999JADEA,
  title={JADE – A FIPA-compliant agent framework},
  author={Fabio Bellifemine},
  year={1999}
}
JADE is a software framework to develop agent applications in compliance with the FIPA specifications for interoperable intelligent multi-agent systems. The goal is to simplify development while ensuring standard compliance through a comprehensive set of system services and agents. JADE can then be considered an agent middle-ware that implements an Agent Platform and a development framework. It deals with all those aspects that are not peculiar of the agent internals and that are independent of… CONTINUE READING
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