TRIPS Component: Facilitator

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Physically, each TRIPS component is only connected to the facilitator, which is the message hub of the entire system. Components send their messages to the facilitator, which then forwards the messages to the appropriate recipients. The facilitator does not play a part in the "logical" activity of the system.

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Relevant Papers

  • George M. Ferguson, James F. Allen, Brad W. Miller and Eric K. Ringger, The Design and Implementation of the TRAINS-96 System: A Prototype Mixed-Initiative Planning Assistant, TRAINS Technical Note 96-5, Computer Science Dept., University of Rochester, October 1996. [Postscript]

Last change 07 Nov 2000 by blaylock