Multi-Agent AI – I’ve Got the Bug Again…

It’s Easter holiday and it’s raining, snowing, sleeting, windy and generally undecided. So the family stayed in just hanging about, doing some reading, eating well and enjoying the odd bottle or two of vino. In a recent post I talked about The Microsoft Robotics Studio and it’s sub components, CCR and DSS. I have to…

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SOA for Industrial Strength Applications: A Workshop

Originally Created: 2004-09-14 Wow, I’ve been AWOL for far too long! Two reasons: a) It was a long and busy summer period for me which I spent worrying about how to make the next year of work as fun as the last one has been, and b) I turned off my blog referral notifications which sort of made me…

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The Pipeline IS the App

Originally Created: 2004-07-07 So, while I’ve been waxing lyrical about FABRIQ’s beautiful pipeline architecture and how it can be used to compose primitive functionality into bigger pieces and how these can be distributed all over the place, etc., Clemens comes out with a one-liner that says it all and says it true: “The Pipeline IS…

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Positioning FABRIQ – What? Why? Apple or Orange?

Originally Created: 2004-07-06 What is it? FABRIQ is a light weight, high performance, scalable, one-way only, asynchronous, XML messaging system written in managed code using the .NET Framework, Microsoft Messaging, Enterprise Services and WSE. It is an instance of a message based architectural style using queues and these kinds of systems have interesting characteristics and…

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FABRIQ has gone public!

Originally Created: 2004-06-26 FABRIQ is a general purpose infrastructure for building fast and scalable networks of autonomous nodes for processing and relaying messages. A node is an implementation of a processing pipeline composed of reusable primitive message processing units and/or special purpose message processing units. These processing units consume, act and/or produce new messages as…

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