The First Workshop on Blackboard Systems

  • Rajendra Dodhiawala
  • Vasudevan Jagannathan
  • Larry Baum
  • Tom Skillman

Abstract

The emergence of the blackboard architecture as a widely used paradigm for problem solving led us and other members of the blackboard research community to organize a workshop. The workshop was held during the 1987 Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Conference in Seattle. The main purpose of the workshop was to highlight the advances in blackboard architectures since the introduction of the paradigm in Hearsay-II and identify issues relevant to future blackboard system research. This article describes the issues raised and the discussions in each of the five workshop panels.
Published
1989-03-15
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Articles