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Prometheus/PDT


Introduction

Developing Intelligent Agents Systems - A Practical Guide - Book using Prometheus Methodology The Prometheus Design Tool (PDT) is a tool that supports the Prometheus methodology for building agent based systems. PDT is developed and supported by the RMIT Intelligent Agents Group.

Contacts

Lin Padgham (Simulation, etc.) and John Thangarajah (AOSE, PDE, Testing)


You can download the latest version from the Downloads page.

You can access introductory tutorials and manuals from the Tutorials page.

For a list of papers contributing to PDT and its underlying methodology, visit Publications.

To report a bug, please have the following information ready:
  • Steps you followed, in order to replicate this bug
  • Version of PDT you are using
  • Version of Eclipse you are using
  • PD file you were using
  • Any run-time error report
  • Screenshots of this bug and steps you followed
  • Provide any additional information you can.
Click on the link below, then click on '+ Create Issue' to file a new bug report. Enter the above information in the description field.


Yahoo Group for discussions (will be replaced with Google Groups perhaps)

For extensions to PDT, visit Extensions.

List of exciting student projects related to PDT

Announcements

  • New announcements related to PDT appear here. There will be some past announcements from an older site as well.
  • PDT Version 0.5.1 Released A new version of Eclipse-based PDT plug-in has now been released. Download the latest version from the Downloads page.Thanks,PDT Team
    Posted 5 Sep 2014, 07:24 by John Thangarajah
  • Past Releases 29th July 2011 -  Release Eclipse-based PDT version: v0.4.0 For help documents, please refer to PDT Tutorials. Click here for release notes.  18th April 2011 -  Release Eclipse-based ...
    Posted 5 Sep 2014, 07:24 by John Thangarajah
  • 29th July 2005 - "Best Demo Award at AAMAS 05" The Prometheus Design Tool wins the award for "best demo" at AAMAS 05. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who have contributed to the ...
    Posted 7 Aug 2014, 21:24 by John Thangarajah
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