If you are looking for MIT Proto, the current preferred distribution point is http://proto.bbn.com
Following the departure of its directors from MIT, the Space Time Programming Group page is no longer active, and is being maintained for archival purposes, and as a secondary location for Proto distribution.
nelson elhage, mit csail
pedro brin, mit csail
rangel dokov, mit csail
hal abelson, mit csail
MIT Proto, a language we have developed for programming spatial computers using a continuous space abstraction
to understand and control space-time through the invention and application of high level programming languages and to invent and choreograph new high degree of freedom structures and federations of parts. applications range from bioengineering to swarm robotics and substrates range from cells to silicon.
beal and bachrach, Cells Are Plausible Targets for High-Level Spatial Languages, Spatial Computing Workshop, october 2008.
bachrach, beal, horowitz, and qumsiyeh Empirical Characterization of Discretization Error in Gradient-based Algorithms, ieee SASO 2008, october 2008.
bachrach and beal, Autonomy in Spatial Computing, Third Workshop on Hot Topics in Autonomic Computing, june 2008.
qumsiyeh, A Distributed Building Evacuation System, mit master's thesis, june 2008
bachrach, mclurkin, and grue, Protoswarm: A Language for Programming Multi-Robot Systems Using the Amorphous Medium Abstraction, AAMAS 2008, may 2008.
beal, bachrach, vickery, and tobenkin, fast self-healing gradients, SAC'08, march 16-20 2008
beal, bachrach, and fujiwara, continuous space-time semantics allow adaptive program execution, ieee SASO, july 2007
abelson, beal, sussman, amorphous computing, to be published by springer-verlag
bachrach and beal, building spatial computers, MIT CSAIL tech report 2007-01, march 2007
bachrach and beal, programming a sensor network as an amorphous medium, extended abstract for poster at DCOSS 2006, june 2006
beal and bachrach, infrastructure for engineered emergence on sensor/actuator networks, ieee intelligent systems, march/april 2006
beal, amorphous medium language, large-scale multi-agent systems workshop, AAMAS 2005, july 2005
beal and sussman, biologically-inspired robust spatial programming, MIT AI Memo 2005-001, January 2005
sutherland, towards rseam: resilient serial execution on amorphous machines, mit master's thesis, june 2003
bachrach, interactive multimedia programming in gooze, lightweight languages 4, november 2004