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The Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory is currently located in Room 003 of the J.B. Speed building. The laboratory's activities are supported by a number of advanced computer workstations including: several Pentium PC workstations, two SUN workstations, a Symbolics LISP machine, and an eight-node Beowulf Cluster. Software includes KEE, Simkit, C5, CLIPS, LISP, PROLOG, C and C++. The lab is connected to the Speed School UNIX network.

Dr. James H. Graham is the director of ISRL.

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