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 D'Agents: Mobile Agents - Dartmouth College  
A mobile-agent system called D'Agents is under development at Dartmouth College. The ultimate goal of D'Agents is to support applications that require the retrieval, organization and presentation of distributed information in arbitrary networks.

 Soar Project - University of Southern California  
The Soar project is a long-term, multi-disciplinary, multi-site attempt at building, understanding, and applying an integrated model of intelligent behavior that can serve both as a useful AI system and as a unified theory of human cognition. At the University of Southern California, the Soar project is joint between the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) and the Computer Science Department.

 The Animate Agent Project - University of Chicago  
The Animate Agent Project is part of an on-going effort at the University of Chicago to understand the mechanisms required to create intelligent software and hardware agents that can work alongside people. Current projects are aimed at building a system that integrates reactive control and purposive vision to support interactive, task execution and human/machine communication.

 Institute for Intelligent Systems - University of Memphis  
To further the advancement of research concerning computer-based training (CBT), ThoughtWare Learning Technologies has funded the Advanced Learning Technology Laboratory at The University of Memphis. The purpose of the laboratory is to conduct scientific studies on technological and psychological issues related to computer-based training.

 Agent-Based Manufacturing Laboratory - University of Cincinnati  
Presentation of the students, the projects and the publications of UC's Agent-Based Manufacturing Laboratory.

 Distributed Intelligent Agents Group - University of Michigan  
This page describes the current research being conducted by DIAG, the Distributed Intelligent Agents Group, at the University of Michigan, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

 Multi-Agent systems laboratory - University of Massachusetts  
The Multi-Agent Systems Laboratory, under the direction of Professor Victor Lesser, is concerned with the development and analysis of sophisticated AI problem-solving and control architectures for both single-agent and multiple-agent systems.

 PARAgente: Agents for people  
PARAgente is a comprehensive research initiative aimed at investigating the issues, requirements and potential of interfaces which are based on user agents. Research is being conducted at the Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, within the Department of Computer Science of Texas A&M University.

 Internet Softbot Research - University of Washington  
Softbots is the homepage for research in intelligent software agents for the Internet at the University of Washington's Department of Computer Science and Engineering

 Multiagent Systems Research Group - Washington University  
The Multiagent Systems Research Group is concerned with designing, analyzing and implementing sophisticated AI systems consisting of multiple agents. Special focus is on the coordination of self-interested agents in open systems.

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