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The eidolon framework represents a sophisticated architecture for designing and operating agent-based systems. It is purpose-built to support the agile development of software agents—modular components designed to perform specific tasks autonomously within a distributed computing environment. At its core, the eidolon system facilitates an extensive range of functionalities, enabling developers to construct, customize, and scale agent operations effectively.

This document provides a detailed description of the eidolon architecture, focusing on the core elements that constitute an agent-based infrastructure. Central to this is the AgentMachine, a runtime environment that executes AgentPrograms. Each of these programs is driven by an APU.