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CMU AI Repository:

   The CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository was established by
   Carnegie Mellon University to contain public domain and freely
   distributable software, publications, and other materials of
   interest to AI researchers, educators, students, and practitioners. 
   The AI Repository currently contains more than a gigabyte of
   material and is growing steadily. 

   The AI Repository is accessible from:

Artificial Life Online and the Artificial Life BBS:

   Sponsored by MIT Press and the Santa Fe Institute, Artificial Life
   Online and the Artificial Life BBS is intended to be a central
   information collection and distribution site on the Internet for any
   and all aspects of the Artificial Life endeavor.

   A special feature of the BBS is a collection of 40 or so local
   newsgroups dedicated to a wide variety of topics in Artificial Life.

   Artificial Life Online is accessible by World-Wide Web from

Case based reasoning:
   ai-cbr aims to provide a comprehensive information base to
   Case-Based Reasoning academics and commercial developers. Through
   the dissemination of information it is hoped a stronger world-wide
   community of people interested in Case-Based Reasoning will be
   fostered and the commercial use of Case-Based Reasoning will
   increase. (added to the FAQ 2/2/00)
   A very complete list of resources including tutorials (added to the
   FAQ 2/2/00)

Consortium for Lexical Research: []

   Archive containing a variety of programs and data files related to
   natural language processing research, with a particular focus on
   lexical research. The file is a good place to start.
   See the file catalog or for a listing of the contents of
   the archive. Long descriptions are in the info/ subdirectory.
   Materials for paid-up members of the Consortium are in the
   members-only/ subdirectory. Public materials include the Alvey Natural
   Language Tools, Sowa's Conceptual Graph parser implemented in YACC by
   Maurice Pagnucco, a morphological parsing lexicon of English, a
   phonological rule compiler for PC-KIMMO, C source code for the NIST
   SGML parser, PC-KIMMO sources, the 1911 Roget Thesaurus, and a variety
   of word lists (including English, Dutch, and male/female/last names).
   Comments and questions may be directed to

   There are also some materials in unrelated to
   the archive.   

Fuzzy Logic Repositories: [] contains information
   concerning fuzzy logic, including bibliographies (bib/), product 
   descriptions and demo versions (com/), machine readable published
   papers (lit/), miscellaneous information, documents and reports (txt/), 
   and programs, code and compilers (prog/). You may download new items 
   into the new/ subdirectory. If you deposit anything in new/, please 
   inform The repository is maintained by 
   Timothy Butler, 

Genetic Algorithms:

   The Genetic Algorithms Repository is accessible is also a WWW version at

   The information files includes Nici Schraudolph's survey of free and
   commercial GA software (send email to <> to add to
   the list).

   The software includes GAC (a simple GA written in C), GAL (a simple GA
   written in Common Lisp), GAucsd, GECO (a Common Lisp toolbox for
   constructing genetic algorithms), GENESIS, GENOCOP, Paragenesis (a
   parallel version of GENESIS that runs on the CM-200), SGA-C (a C
   implementation/extension of Goldberg's SGA system).


   Sergio Navega maintains a large collection of AI links:

Funic Neural Nets Archive Site:

   The Finnish University maintains an archive site containing a large
   collection of neural network papers and public domain software.
   The files are available through the web interface at or through FTP from  FTP users: see the file 01README
   for details.   There's also a directory for non-neural net AI stuff
   in the directory /pub/sci/ai.  (Web service is still experimental as
   of 05/29/99).

   There is a list of mirrored ftp sites is in 04Neural_FTP_Sites.  For
   further information, contact or Marko
   Gronroos <> (or <>).

OSU Neuroprose:   []

   This directory contains technical reports, mostly from the early 90's, as a
   public service to the connectionist and neural network scientific community
   which has an organized mailing list (for info:

NL Software Registry:
[maintainer's note: links upto this point haven't been checked]

   The Natural Language Software Registry is a catalogue of software
   implementing core natural language processing techniques, whether
   available on a commercial or noncommercial basis. Some of the topics
   listed include speech signal processing, morphological analysis,
   parsers, natural language generation systems, and knowledge
   representation systems. The second edition of the catalog contains
   more than 100 descriptions of natural language processing software.
   The catalogue is available from the German Research Institute for
   Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Saarbruecken (Germany) at the URL

   The email contact for the site is

Essex ROBOTS Archive:
   Contains robotics related information, hasn't been updated since 1995 or so:

   These web pages contain links to pretty much everything 
   concerned with the application of AI to Design.

Miscellaneous AI:

   Some miscellaneous AI programs may be found on
   Most are mirrors of programs available at other sites.

   AI_ATTIC is an anonymous ftp collection of classic AI programs and
   other information maintained by the University of Texas at Austin.  It
   includes Parry, Adventure, Shrdlu, Doctor, Eliza, Animals, Trek, Zork,
   Babbler, Jive, and some AI-related programming languages.     This
   archive is available by anonymous ftp from
   in the directory /pub/AI_ATTIC.  For more information, contact

   The QWERTZ toolbox, a library of Standard ML modules with an emphasis
   on symbolic Artificial Intelligence programming, (including
   implementations of heuristic search and an ATMS reason maintenance
   system) may be obtained by anonymous ftp from

   For more information, write to Tom Gordon <>.

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