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GBB: UMass blackboard system

UMass GBB is a free blackboard system written in Common Lisp. Work on the UMass GBB project (and funding) ended over 2 years ago. Although the UMass research system remains available, it should not be confused with the commercial system. The commercial system is substantially improved and extended. Many researchers using it have opted for the commercial release, which is available from Blackboard Technology Group 401 Main Street Amherst, MA 01002 Tel: 413-256-8990 Fax: 413-256-3179 The GBB distribution includes GBB and three control shells: Simple Shell GBB1 OPS5 KS Shell

Version: 1.20 (15-SEP-88) Ports: TI Explorer, Symbolics, DEC VAXlisp, Lucid CL, MACL Copying: Copyright (c) 1986-88 by Univ. of Massachusetts/Amherst. May be used for research purposes only. Updated: Thu Nov 10 22:14:32 1994 CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Mailing List: (mostly for the commercial GBB framework, but some discussion of this version) To be added to the list, send mail to Contact: GBB Development Group c/o Dr. Daniel D. Corkill Department of Computer and Information Science Lederle Graduate Research Center University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003 Tel: 413-545-0156 [NOTE: The UMass GBB project ended several years ago, so the software is not supported. The above contact information is probably out of date. If you want a supported product, buy the commercial version.] Keywords: Authors!Corkill, Blackboard Architectures, GBB, Lisp!Code, OPS5 References: ?
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