- Hive: Distributed Agents for Networking Things,
Nelson Minar, Matthew Gray, Oliver Roup, Raffi Krikorian, and Pattie
Maes, August 1999.
- This paper is the best to learn about Hive, it is an overview of
our work and our goals. Presented at
- Wearable Computing
Meets Ubiquitous Computing: Reaping the Best of Both Worlds, Bradley
Rhodes, Nelson Minar, and Josh Weaver, October 1999.
- Paper describing Hive applied to wearable computing, doing
ubiquitous computing like things. Presented at ISWC '99.
- Designing an Ecology of Distributed
Agents, Nelson Minar, August 1998.
- Nelson Minar's master's thesis, sketches out the basics of the ecology
of distributed agents idea in Hive.
- Hive: A Toolkit for Things That Think,
Oliver Roup, May 1999.
- Oliver Roup's master's thesis. Gives an overview of Hive with many
Things That Think scenarios.
- Infrastructure for an Intelligent Kitchen,
Matthew Gray, May 1999.
- Matthew Gray's master's thesis. Describes applying Hive in the kitchen
domain, also goes into detail about our semantic description framework.
Networking of Everyday Things, Bill Machrone, July 1999.
- PC Magazine story that mentions Hive, other related Media Lab projects.
- Agents That Move for Things That Think, Dennis Taylor, March/April 2000.
- A good overview on Hive from IEEE Intelligent Systems