While the Comirit Project remains in early days, we are pleased to make available several research papers on Comirit and its underlying architecture.
Additional publications covering more diverse (but related) matters, may be found on Benjamin Johnston's homepage.
This document provides a comprehensive discussion, explanation and evaluation of the Comirit architecture.
This paper presents the principal simulation technology used within the Comirit project and is a key reference for understanding the deductive capabilities of a Comirit system.
This paper presents the integrative architecture used within the Comirit project; explaining how the simulation technology can be integrated with logical deduction (and potentially a large range of other deductive methods).
This paper explains how the integrative architecture can be extended to support machine learning capabilities, and how learning can be used by a robot or software agent to automatically construct simulations from its experiences.
Authored by Benjamin Johnston for the Comirit Project, 2010.