Agent Systems, Mobile Agents, and Applications - Kotz, David / Mattern, Friedemann (eds.)
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ThisvolumecontainstheproceedingsoftheSecondInternationalSymposium on Agent Systems and Applications and the Fourth International Symposium onMobile Agents.ASA/MA 2000tookplacein Zurich,Switzerland,atthe ETH (the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) on September 13 15, 2000. In the age of information overload, agents have become an important p- gramming paradigm. Agents can act on behalf of users to collect, ?lter, and process information. They can act autonomously and react to changing en- ronments. Agents are deployed in di?erent settings, such as industrial control, Internet searching,…mehr

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ThisvolumecontainstheproceedingsoftheSecondInternationalSymposium on Agent Systems and Applications and the Fourth International Symposium onMobile Agents.ASA/MA 2000tookplacein Zurich,Switzerland,atthe ETH (the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) on September 13 15, 2000. In the age of information overload, agents have become an important p- gramming paradigm. Agents can act on behalf of users to collect, ?lter, and process information. They can act autonomously and react to changing en- ronments. Agents are deployed in di?erent settings, such as industrial control, Internet searching, personal assistance, network management, games, and many others. In our increasingly networked world, mobile code is another important p- grammingparadigm.Indistributed applicationsmobile code can improvespeed, ?exibility,structure,security,orthe ability to handle disconnection.Mobile code has been applied to mobile computing, wireless networks, active networks, m- ufacturing,networkmanagement,resourcediscovery,softwaredisseminationand con?guration, and many other situations. Mobile agents combine the features of agents and mobile-code technologies, and present their own set of challenges. Their use is increasingly explored by an expanding industry.
  • Produktdetails
  • Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1882
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Berlin Heidelberg / Springer, Berlin
  • 2000.
  • Seitenzahl: 300
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. September 2000
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 16mm
  • Gewicht: 426g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540410522
  • ISBN-10: 354041052X
  • Artikelnr.: 23296800
Autorenporträt
Friedemann Mattern ist seit 1999 an der ETH Zürich als Leiter des Fachgebiets Verteilte Systeme" tätig; im Oktober 2002 gründete er dort das Institut für Pervasive Computing. Mattern studierte Informatik in Bonn und promovierte an der Universität Kaiserslautern. Zwischen 1991 und 1999 hatte er Professuren an der Universität des Saarlandes und an der Technischen Universität Darmstadt inne. Er ist an mehreren Industriekooperationen und Forschungsprojekten zum Thema Ubiquitous und Pervasive Computing beteiligt und ist Mitbegründer des von der ETH Zürich und der Universität St. Gallen gemeinsam getragenen M-Lab-Kompetenzzentrums, das die betriebswirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen des Ubiquitous Computing erforscht.
Inhaltsangabe
Invited Talk.- Invited Talk (Abstract): Data or Computation - Which Should We Move?.- Migration.- Strong Mobility and Fine-Grained Resource Control in NOMADS.- Bytecode Transformation for Portable Thread Migration in Java.- Portable Support for Transparent Thread Migration in Java.- Security Issues of Mobile Agents.- Secure Mobile Agent-Based Merchant Brokering in Distributed Marketplaces.- Solving Fair Exchange with Mobile Agents.- Systems and Applications.- Principles of Mobile Maude.- Secure Dynamic Reconfiguration of Scalable CORBA Systems with Mobile Agents.- The Bond Agent System and Applications.- Mobile Agent Application.- MobiDoc: A Framework for Building Mobile Compound Documents from Hierarchical Mobile Agents.- Distributed Collaborations Using Network Mobile Agents.- Using Adaptation and Organisational Knowledge to Coordinate Mobile Agents.- Applications of Multi-agent Systems.- Multiple Agent-Based Autonomy for Satellite Constellations.- Saving Energy and Providing Value Added Services in Intelligent Buildings: A MAS Approach.- CarPAcities: Distributed Car Pool Agencies in Mobile Networks.- Communication and Mobility Control.- Quantitative Evaluation of Pairwise Interactions between Agents.- A Reliable Message Delivery Protocol for Mobile Agents.- Monitoring-Based Dynamic Relocation of Components in FarGo.- Cooperation and Interaction.- Agent-Based Negotiations for Multi-provider Interactions.- Modeling Soccer-Robots Strategies through Conversation Policies.- Using Intelligent Agents and a Personal Knowledge Management Application.