A minimalistic framework to build distributed cognitive applications based on ØMQ
Pabiana is a minimalistic Python framework that lets you build intelligent applications distributed over several nodes. The architecture is inspired by the neocortex of the mammalian brain. The applications are intended to consist of a number of submodules called Areas. Messages are passed between these areas as a means of communication. Messaging over the network is handled by the ØMQ library.
Pabiana can be used to develop home automation systems, intelligent assistants or any other program that controls actuators based on sensory input.
Pabiana is only tested against Python ≥ 3.5, but might also work with other versions. To integrate Pabiana in your projects, you can install it with:
pip install --upgrade pabiana
It is recommended to use a virtual environment for your project.
Pabiana enforces a very specific style of programming and architecture. Have a look at the demos directory to get an idea of how to use it.
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