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Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Open Source AI Software 6/6 [Monthly posting]
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   For a large collection of Eliza programs, see

      ftp.cs.cmu.edu:/user/ai/areas/classics/

   The software from Peter Norvig's book "Paradigms of AI Programming" is
   available by anonymous ftp from ftp://unix.sri.com/pub/norvig/ and on disk in
   Macintosh or DOS format from the publisher, Morgan Kaufmann. The
   software includes Common Lisp implementations of: Eliza and pattern
   matchers, Emycin, Othello, Parsers, Scheme interpreters and compilers,
   Unification and a prolog interpreter and compiler, Waltz
   line-labelling, implementation of GPS, macsyma, and random number
   generators.  For more information, write to Morgan Kaufmann, Dept. P1,
   2929 Campus Drive, Suite 260, San Mateo CA 94403, call 800-745-7323,
   or fax 415-578-0672. (Mac ISBN 1-55860-227-5; DOS 3.5" ISBN
   1-55860-228-3; or DOS 5.25" ISBN 1-55860-229-1).

   The doctor.el is an implementation of Eliza for GNU-Emacs
   emacs-lisp. Invoke it with "Meta-X doctor".

   The original Parry (in MLISP for a PDP-10) is available in
   labrea.stanford.edu:/pub/parry.tar.Z.

   RACTER is *not* public domain.  It costs $50 for MS-DOS and Macintosh
   versions, the Inrac compiler is $200 (MS-DOS only), and the Inrac
   manual alone is $25. Racter is available from John Owens, INRAC
   Corp./Nickers International Ltd., 12 Schubert Street, Staten Island,
   NY 10305, Tel: 718-448-6283, or Fax: 718-448-6298.  Racter was
   published in 1984, and written in compiled BASIC. To read some of
   RACTER's work, see "The Policeman's Beard is Half Constructed",
   Computer Prose and Poetry by Racter, Warner Books, 1984.  ISBN
   0-446-38051-2 (paperback). Written by William Chamberlain and Thomas
   Etter. Some discussion of RACTER appears in A.K. Dewdney's book, "The
   Armchair Universe". The Macintosh version runs only on SEs and Pluses
   (it comes on a single-sided 400k copy-protected disk, with an old
   version of the system). Racter is also sold by the following
   mail-order software retailer: Mindware, 1803 Mission Street, Suite
   414, Santa Cruz, CA 95060-5292, phone 800-447-0477 (408-427-9455),
   fax 408-429-5302.  Mindware sells a variety of similar programs for
   MS-DOS and Windows, including Joseph Weintraub's PC Therapist.

   You can nab a copy of Terry Winograd's seminal SHRDLU from
   ftp://ftp.cc.utexas.edu/pub/AI_ATTIC/Programs/Classic/


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