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Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Open Source AI Software 6/6 [Monthly posting]
Section - [6-5] Blackboard Architectures - Constraint Programming

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Blackboard Architectures:

   ***GBB SCHEDULED TO BE DELETED FROM THE FAQ***
   GBB (PD Version) -- ftp.cs.umass.edu:/gbb/

Case-based Reasoning:

   ***CL-Protos SCHEDULED TO BE DELETED FROM THE FAQ***
   CL-Protos   -- ftp.cs.utexas.edu:/pub/porter/
		  (Get the README file for more information)
                  Contact: Bruce W. Porter <porter@cs.utexas.edu>
                           Ray Bareiss <bareiss@ils.nwu.edu>
                           Erik Eilerts <eilerts@cs.utexas.edu>
                           Dan Dvorak 

   ***MICRO-xxx SCHEDULED TO BE DELETED FROM THE FAQ***
   MICRO-xxx  -- ftp.cs.umd.edu:/pub/schank/icbr/
                 Contact: waander@cs.umd.edu
                 The directory /pub/schank/icbr/ contains the complete
                 code for "Inside Case-Based Reasoning" by
                 Riesbeck and Schank, 1989. This includes code
                 for an instructional version of CHEF by Kristian Hammond.

Chatbots:
   
    AI:
    There is a much maligned chatbot at the Warner Brothers page on
    the AI movie.
    http://aimovie.warnerbros.com

    Alice: 
    A.L.I.C.E. (Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity) is an
    award-winning open source natural language artificial intelligence
    chat robot. The software used to create A.L.I.C.E. is available as
    free open source Alicebot and AIML software.  Winner of the 2000
    Loebner Prize.  See:
    http://www.alicebot.org

    Mind:
    Free public-domain source code of a learning chat-bot based on
    "Chomskyan linguistics and the neural feature extraction of Hubel
    and Wiesel."  The bot starts out knowing little, and tries to learn
    to chat with the user.  Theory, documentation and source code are
    available from:
        http://sourceforge.net/projects/mind/
    and the JavaScript Mind runs immediately when one clicks on
        http://mind.sourceforge.net
    while using the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.

    Hippie:
    A C-based version of Alice:
    http://hippie.alicebot.com/

Chess:

   ***SAN Kit SCHEDULED TO BE DELETED FROM THE FAQ***

   The SAN Kit chess programming C source toolkit provides common routines
   for move notation I/O, move generation, move execution, etc. Only search
   routines and an evaluation function need be added to obtain a working
   chess program. It runs on Apple Macintosh (Think C 5.0),
   Commodore Amiga (SAS C), MS-DOS, and Unix. It is available by
   anonymous ftp from

      raven.alaska.edu:/pub/coherent/sources32/ [137.229.10.39] in the
      ftp://chess.lm.com/pub/chess/Unix/

   as the compressed tar file SAN.tar.Z or SAN.tar.gz.
   Contact Steven J. Edwards <sje@world.std.com> for more information.
  
Constraint Programming and Non-determinism:

   Dragonbreath http://www.ai-center.com/projects/dragonbreath/ is an
   optimization engine based on constraint programming and local
   search.  The engine is built to solve search problems, i.e.,
   problems for which you don't really know how to construct a
   solution but can describe what potential parts a solution can
   consist of and which restrictions must be satisfied by the parts /
   the parts' constellation.  Parts can be variables as well as
   structural components. In addition, you can specify a preference
   between different solutions, i.e., solve optimization problems.

   JACK is a new library providing constraint programming and search for Java. 
   JACK consists of three components: 
   - JCHR: Java Constraint Handling Rules 
       A high-level language to write constraint solvers 
   - JASE: Java Abstract Search Engine
       A generic search engine for JCHR to solve constraint problems 
   - VisualCHR:
       An interactive tool to visualize JCHR computations
   JACK and its documentation are available for browser use and for download at:
     http://www.pms.informatik.uni-muenchen.de/software/jack/


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