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Researchers building multi-agent algorithms typically work with problems abstracted away from real applications. The abstracted problem instances allow systematic and detailed investigations of new algorithms. However, a key question is how to apply algorithm, developed on an abstract problem, in a real application. In this paper, we report on what was required to apply a particular distributed resource allocation algorithm developed for an abstract coordination problem in a real hardwaredoi:10.1145/952532.952543 dblp:conf/sac/ScerriMST03 fatcat:p66tjbnswvhspl7dy3e5tmgqka