FRODO is a Java platform to solve Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Problems (DisCSPs) and Optimization Problems (DCOPs). It provides implementations for a variety of algorithms, including DPOP (and its variants), ADOPT, SynchBB, DSA...
Frodo2 is wonderful! Thanks.
It is a great starting point not only for researchers working in distributed Constraint Programming community but also for industry interested in applying distributed solver to solve problems when privacy issues are main concerns.
Distributed Constraint Optimization (DCOP) is a field that has recently been getting more and more attention from academia and industry. However, very few open-source, off-the-shelf tools are currently available to solve DCOPs; examples are FRODO 1, DisChoco and DCOPolis. A DCOP platform should possess the following key qualities: the framework should be reliable and extensively tested, deployable in a truly distributed setting, and modular so that it is easy to customize and extend. The FRODO 2.0 framework possesses all three qualities. It is a complete re-design of the FRODO 1 framework, released under the GNU Affero GPL license.