What is the OpenKnowledge project? In a nutshell, OpenKnowledge is a system which allows peers on an arbitrarily large peer-to-peer network to interact productively with one another without any global agreements or pre-run-time knowledge of who to interact with or how interactions will proceed. Any kind of service (e.g., a WSDL service) can become a peer or else we provide facilities for users to easily create their own peer, by sharing existing code or writing their own.
To understand what the problem we are addressing is and how we solve it, see our simple pictorial introduction to OpenKnowledge or, for the more prosaic, a text version explaining what we do. During the project, we have developed innovative research in many fields and applied the technology to many application areas. Full details of how to become an OpenKnowledge user can be found in The OK System. You can see demos of the system in action and download software and tutorials relating to the project.
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