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Lhogho is planned to be a modern implementation of the Logo programming language providing reasonable compatibility with older Logos, 3D graphics in real time and user-friendly OOP support.41 weekly downloads
A Logo interpreter and programming environment specialized for schools17 weekly downloads
Logo command and construct library for Java. Intended as a tool for teaching novice programmers the Java language and object orientation.15 weekly downloads
This project presents a new version of LOGO programming language developed at MIT by Seymour Papert. This software was developed using Java and Java 3D.6 weekly downloads
Simple Logo is a small and very basic Logo interpreter intended to be used as an educational tool, to allow children to learn a simple programming language.1 weekly downloads
It is the primary goal of this project to develop an online LOGO utility using the standard JAVA AWT and Swing capabilities. The general implementation will be based on the UCBerkeley LOGO (UCBLOGO) which includes the graphical displays and LOGO intepre
Powerful, professional implementation of Logo.
Java based multi-agent platform built on an organizational model (agent, group, role). MadKit provides general agent facilities (lifecycle management, message passing, distribution, ...), and allows high heterogeneity in agents.
Projeto para desenvolvimento de softwares e hardware para o robo Monty (PIC 16F84).
Symbiomotive is an extensible engine for modeling multi-agent environments that exhibit self-organizing, symbiotic behaviors.
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