Adhering to a longstanding tradition amongst our peers, the founders of AgentXchange fully admit to and applaud colusion to all things fantastic, controversial and techno-Xtreme.
The concepts and inspirations leading to the AgentXchange were borne amonst the limestone halls of Indiana University in the late '80s. From the excitement of Genetic Algorithms engendered by the likes of Gregory Rawlins, the Distributed Computing work of Dennis Gannon and CICA, the Analog Robotics Lab of Mills, and the plethora of Neural Networks and Cognitive Science advocates such as Douglas Hofstadter, the inspiration and tutalage provided by George Springer and his teachings on the foundations of Object Oriented Computing with the Scheme language, and the general excellence of the College of Computer Science, a natural progression to the genesis of the AgentXchange was all but gauranteed. The ultimate drive has been inspired by the vision of Hsinchun Chen and his Knowledge Management course, and especially by Ralph Martinez and his work in Integrated Tellecommunications Systems which employ CORBA, Java, ATM and address the application of TeleMedicine in the PACS and VRE domains.
Scheduling, Load Balancing
Graph Theory, VLSI Design
Mobile Data Terminal System
(get image): A transaction processing system consisting of
ALMS: Assembly Line Automation
System: Refrigerators on an assembly line are tracked via