JADE (Java Agent DEvelopment Framework) is a software Framework fully implemented in the Java language. It simplifies the implementation of multi-agent systems through a middle-ware that complies with the FIPA specifications and through a set of graphical tools that support the debugging and deployment phases. A JADE-based system can be distributed across machines (which not even need to share the same OS) and the configuration can be controlled via a remote GUI. The configuration can be even changed at run-time by moving agents from one machine to another, as and when required. JADE is completely implemented in Java language and the minimal system requirement is the version 5 of JAVA (the run time environment or the JDK). ..

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  1. Bogdanova, V.G.; Bychkov, I.V.; Korsukov, A.S.; Oparin, G.A.; Feoktistov, A.G.: Multiagent approach to controlling distributed computing in a cluster grid system (2014)
  2. Huang, Ching-Jen; Liao, Li-Man: Parallel machines scheduling with machine preference via agent-based approach (2014)
  3. Wang, K.; Choi, S.H.: A holonic approach to flexible flow shop scheduling under stochastic processing times (2014)
  4. Fortino, Giancarlo; Rango, Francesco: An application-level technique based on recursive hierarchical state machines for agent execution state capture (2013)
  5. Hu, Jun; Guan, Chun: An emotional agent model based on granular computing (2012)
  6. Behrens, Tristan M.; Hindriks, Koen V.; Dix, Jürgen: Towards an environment interface standard for agent platforms (2011)
  7. Fisher, Michael: Agent deliberation in an executable temporal framework (2011)
  8. Pandichi, Alin Ionuţ; Leon, Florin: Design and implementation of a multiagent system for auctioning and voting (2011)
  9. Popirlan, Claudiu Ionut: Collaborative software agents based on JADE for distributed data processing (2011)
  10. Balthasar, Gregor; Sudeikat, Jan; Renz, Wolfgang: On the decentralized coordination of herding activities: a Jadex-based solution (2010)
  11. De Sarkar, Ajanta; Roy, Sarbani; Ghosh, Dibyajyoti; Mukhopadhyay, Rupam; Mukherjee, Nandini: An adaptive execution scheme for achieving guaranteed performance in computational grids (2010)
  12. Dimakis, Nikolaos; Soldatos, John; Polymenakos, Lazaros; Bürkle, Axel; Pfirrmann, Uwe; Sutschet, Gerhard: Agent-based architectural framework enhancing configurability, autonomy and scalability of context-aware pervasive services (2010)
  13. Hübner, Jomi Fred; Boissier, Olivier; Kitio, Rosine; Ricci, Alessandro: Instrumenting multi-agent organisations with organisational artifacts and agents (2010)
  14. Leszczyna, Rafal; Fovino, Igor Nai; Masera, Marcelo: Simulating malware with malsim (2010)
  15. Bromuri, Stefano; Urovi, Visara; Stathis, Kostas: Game-based e-retailing in GOLEM agent environments (2009)
  16. Bürkle, Axel; Hertel, Alice; Müller, Wilmuth; Wieser, Martin: Evaluating the security of mobile agent platforms (2009)
  17. Daneshfar, Fatemeh; Bevrani, Hassan: Multi-agent systems in control engineering: a survey (2009)
  18. He, Qiang; Yan, Jun; Kowalczyk, Ryszard; Jin, Hai; Yang, Yun: Lifetime service level agreement management with autonomous agents for services provision (2009)
  19. Shah, Nazaraf; Iqbal, Rahat; James, Anne; Iqbal, Kashif: Exception representation and management in open multi-agent systems (2009)
  20. Subagdja, Budhitama; Sonenberg, Liz; Rahwan, Iyad: Intentional learning agent architecture (2009)

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