Sunday, December 19, 2010

AIMA-Java 1.4.0-OSM Redesign

This includes a redesign of the aimax-osm project and compilations and unit fixes for the UBUNTU platform.



Friday, November 5, 2010

AIMA-Java 1.3.2-Online+CSP+GUI-Improvements Released

This is primarily a clean up release, with changes made primarily to the existing Online, CSP and GUI components.



Saturday, October 2, 2010

AIMA-Java 1.3.1-CSP+PathCost-Fixes released

This is primarily a bug fix release which resolves an issue with Backtracking CSP search and the calculation of path costs when running breadth first search.



Monday, August 23, 2010

Upgrading Ruediger ;-)

Ruediger Lunde has been promoted to project owner due to his significant work on the project (solely responsible for aimax-osm extension project and nearly the totality of the aima-gui project as well as many contributions and improvements to aima-core).

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Release 1.3.0 - CSP Refactored AC-3 Added and 4 new GUIs

Ruediger has been super busy again improving the implementation of the Constraint Satisfaction algorithms, adding the AC-3 algorithm as well as adding four new demonstration GUIs:
  1. Eight Puzzle
  2. N-Queens Problem
  3. Tic-Tac-Toe
  4. Map Coloring Problem

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Release of 1.2.2-AIMA3e AIMAX-OSM Many Improvements

Ruediger has been busy improving the AIMAX-OSM applications with the following improvements:

1. Storage efficency of map representation improved.
2. Rendering speed and quality improved.
3. osm.gz2 file format support added.
4. Reader extended to read parts of a map, specified by bounding box or attribute filter.
5. Writer for writing maps to file added.
6. Slow zoom (activated with ) added.
7. Scale factor replaced by true scale.
8. Mark creation at specified GPS positions added, info dialog extended by node position.

Monday, March 15, 2010

AIMA Java 1.2.1 Released - GUIs available via Java Web Start

This release includes several enhancements to the aima-gui and aimax-osm GUI applications (thanks Ruediger). In particular, the AimaDemoApp was updated to include all the command line demos (their output is redirected to a text area widget when run). In addition, we have set up a page for running each of the GUIs from your browser using Java Web Start. This may be linked to from the projects main page:

or directly via:


Saturday, February 6, 2010

AIMA Java 1.1.0 Released

This is our second release based on the 3rd edition of AIMA. This includes a new extension project, the Open Street Map (OSM) library, which has been kindly provided by Ruediger Lunde. This takes advantage of several of the algorithms and utilities from the aima-core and aima-gui projects. Please note that this project is under a different license. Enjoy!