Below is a collection of links you may want to have a look to learn more about JADE related technologies, standards and activities:
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Telecom Italia Lab
Via G. Reiss Romoli, 274,
10148, Torino (Italy)
Università di Parma
Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione
Parma (ITALY) – Fax: +39 0521 905723
E.J. Friedman-Hill. Java Expert System Shell. 1998.
Available from http://herzberg.ca.sandia.gov/jess
Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents. Specifications. 1997.
Object Management Group
T.Finin and Y. Labrou. KQML as an agent communication language. J.M. In: Bradshaw (ed.), Software Agents, pp. 291-316. Cambridge, MA, 1997.
Worldwide testbed for agent services. IST-2000-28385
UMBC Agent Web
The best place to start learning about agents and to stay tuned about agent news.
The European Network of Excellence for Agent Based Computing
A portal of information about software agents run by the French company Cybion.
Sun Microsystems Inc. All about the various Java editions supported by JADE and the LEAP add-on.
Stanford University. Ontology editor and a knowledge-base editor
W3C Web-Ontology (WebOnt) Working Group
SPINE is a software framework for the development of Wireless Sensor Networks Applications. It provides support for distributed signal processing to enable analysis and classification of sensor data.
SPINE is an Open Source Project of Telecom Italia.
Dick Cowan. Integration of JADE under JBoss J2EE application service.
The Agent Systems Engineering Methodology (ASEME) is a model-driven engineering approach to Multi-Agent Systems development supporting the system modeler from requirements elicitation to code generation. ASEME is fully supported by an Integrated Development Environment in Eclipse. The generated code captures the agent control and produces all the needed classes leaving to the developer only the action method of the behaviours.