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Title: A Framework For A Dynamic Invocation Interface And High-level Interoperability For Mobile Agent Platforms
Author: Putrevu, Vamsi K
Abstract: The mobile agent paradigm for distributed systems is inherently suitable for many applications ranging from network management to e-commerce. One inherent problem to its wide spread use is communication between disparate agent platforms and reducing overheads while doing the same. Not all platforms for mobile agents are the same. The Mobile Agent Facility (MAF) proposal is an attempt to standardize this execution environment, this thesis proposes a framework extending the current MAF specification, by which inter-agent communication can be achieved in a more scalable fashion by interpreter based mobile agent systems. The future of the Internet depends on its ability to transmit video/audio signals over it, the mobile agent paradigm, by its inherent nature saves a lot of bandwidth, and can achieve the above requirement, to corroborate this, a decentralized videoconference using mobile agents (IBM-Aglets), that aims to dynamically adapt itself to changing network conditions, was implemented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10106/124
Date: 2007-08-23
External Link: https://www.uta.edu/ra/real/editprofile.php?onlyview=1&pid=197

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