Initial YAGI Implementation in C++
The YAGI Interpreter is available as a stand-alone CMake package. Currently we recommend only Linux as base system. We haven’t tested YAGI extensively with other platforms.
The YAGI interpreter is available via our git repository:
git clone http://git.ist.tugraz.at/ais/yagi.git
The package contains:
- the YAGI interpreter
- the standard data base back-end
- a cin/cout basic system interface
- a system interface to Fawkes (if Fawkes is properly installed on your system)
- a system interface to Asrael (if Asreal is properly installed on your system)
YAGI System Interfaces
System interfaces are realized as plug-ins (shared library). YAGI basically supports out of the box system interface for simple cin/cout communication, Fawkes (if installed) and Asrael (if installed).
Yagi is fully integrated with ROS. The YAGI-ROS interface library is provides as a separated ROS catkin package. Actions are handle via a action service while exogenous events a reported via a dedicated topic.
The YAGY-ROS interface is available via our git repository:
git clone http://git.ist.tugraz.at/ais/yagi_ros.git
Alternative YAGI Implementation in Java
The C++ implementation of YAGI faced some run time issues in particular when using the plan operator. Here you can find the JAVA implementation of Thomas Eckstein.