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Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

Author : International Workshop on Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications (2 : 2000 : Paris)
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications, MATA 2000, held in Paris, France in September 2000. The 21 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on ad-hoc networks and applications, network management, architecture and methodologies, active networks, and agent-based applications.

Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

Author : Ahmed Karmouch
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications, MATA 2002, held in Barcelona, Spain, in October 2002. The 28 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. The papers are organized in topical sections on agent architecture, framework, and platforms; mobile agent frameworks for telecommunication services; mobile agents in active networks; context-aware and ad-hoc communications; distributed monitoring and network management; security of mobile agents; mobile computing and QoS; migration and network management; mobile services; and collaborative environments and services.

Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

Author : Eric Horlait
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Mobile Agents for Telecommunications Applications, MATA 2003, held in Marrakech, Morocco in October 2003. The 27 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on network and service management and QoS provisioning, service management and service provisioning, context-aware applications, mobile networks and applications, agent platforms, mobility, and security.

Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

Author : Quebec) Mata 200 (2001 Montreal
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Boutaba,UniversityofWaterloo,Canada J. Delgado,UniversitatPompeuFabra,Barcelona,Spain P. Dini,CiscoSystemsInc. ,USA L. Esmahi,NRC,Canada B. Falchuk,Bellcore,USA N. Fonseca,Unicamp,Brazil V. Gay,UTS,Australia M. -P. Gervais,LIP6,France R. Glitho,EricssonResearchCanada T. Gray,MitelCorp,Canada C. Grossner,NortelNetworks,Canada ́ H. H. Hoang,EcolePolytechniquedeMontr ́eal,Canada E. Horlait,LIP6,France J. G. Hulaas,UniversityofGeneva,Switzerland R. Impey,NRC,Canada I. Jabbari,GeorgeMasonUniversity,USA P. Joye,UniversityofAppliedSciencesofWesternSwitzerland A. Karmouch,UniversityofOttawa,Canada R. Liscano,MitelCorporation,Canada T. Magedanz,IKV++GMD,Germany C. Petitpierre,SwissFederalInstituteofTechnology,Switzerland ́ A. Quintero,EcolePolytechniquedeMontr ́eal,Canada S. Soulhi,EricssonCanada J. -F. Wagen,Univ.

Intelligent Agents for Telecommunication Applications

Author : Sahin Albayrak
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Intelligent Agents for Telecommunication Applications, IATA'98, held in Paris, France, in July 1998, in conjunction with the 1998 Agents World Conference. The book presents 17 revised full papers carefully selected for inclusion in the volume. The book is divided into topical sections on network architecture, network configuration and planning, network optimization, network management, agent-based architectures for service applications.

Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

Author : Quebec) Mata 200 (2001 Montreal
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Boutaba,UniversityofWaterloo,Canada J. Delgado,UniversitatPompeuFabra,Barcelona,Spain P. Dini,CiscoSystemsInc. ,USA L. Esmahi,NRC,Canada B. Falchuk,Bellcore,USA N. Fonseca,Unicamp,Brazil V. Gay,UTS,Australia M. -P. Gervais,LIP6,France R. Glitho,EricssonResearchCanada T. Gray,MitelCorp,Canada C. Grossner,NortelNetworks,Canada ́ H. H. Hoang,EcolePolytechniquedeMontr ́eal,Canada E. Horlait,LIP6,France J. G. Hulaas,UniversityofGeneva,Switzerland R. Impey,NRC,Canada I. Jabbari,GeorgeMasonUniversity,USA P. Joye,UniversityofAppliedSciencesofWesternSwitzerland A. Karmouch,UniversityofOttawa,Canada R. Liscano,MitelCorporation,Canada T. Magedanz,IKV++GMD,Germany C. Petitpierre,SwissFederalInstituteofTechnology,Switzerland ́ A. Quintero,EcolePolytechniquedeMontr ́eal,Canada S. Soulhi,EricssonCanada J. -F. Wagen,Univ.

First International Workshop on Mobile Agent for Telecommunication Applications

Author : Ahmed Karmouch
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A software agent has a spectrum of definitions. At one end of the scale are relatively simple, client-based software applications that can assist users in performing mundane tasks such as sorting e-mail or downloading web pages. This class of agents is often referred to as "personal assistant" agents. At the other end of the scale is the concept of sophisticated software entities possessing artificial intelligence that autonomously travel through a network environment and make complex decisions on a user's behalf. In telecommunications, the definition lies somewhere between those two extremes. This classification of mobile agents although not strictly adhering to the definition of "intelligent agents" originally proposed by the artificial intelligence community, is generally acknowledged to he a useful categorization and has started to gain widespread acceptance. We therefore define a mobile agent as a program that acts on behalf of a user or another program and is able to migrate from host to host on a network under its own control The agent chooses when and where it will migrate and may interrupt its own execution and continue elsewhere on the network. The agent returns results and messages in an asynchronous fashion. This volume discusses the emerging field of mobile software agents and their applications to the area of telecommunications, such as active networks. e-commerce, the Internet, interactive QoS, network management, and feature interactions. It addresses the needs of a wide audience, including researchers, software agent systems and telecommunication applications designers, and users of software agents.

Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

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Intelligent Agents for Telecommunications Applications

Author : Sahin Albayrak
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Intelligent agent and distributed AI (DAI) approaches attach specific conditions to cooperative exchanges between intelligent systems, that go far beyond simple functional interoperability. Ideally, systems that pursue local or global goals, coordinate their actions, share knowledge, and resolve conflicts during their interactions within groups of similar or dissimilar agents can be viewed as cooperative coarse-grained systems. The infrastructure of telecommunications is a world in transition. There are a number of trends that contribute to this: convergence of traditional telephony and data network worlds, blurring of boundaries between public and private networks, complementary evolution of wireline, wireless, and cable network infrastructures, the emergence of integrated broadband multimedia networks and, of course, the information superhighway. Up to now, despite the effort that has gone into this area, the field of intelligent agents research has not yet led to many fielded systems. Telecommunications applications pose strong requirements to agents such as: reliability, real-time performance, openness, security management and other integrated management, and mobility. In order to fulfil their promise, intelligent agents need to be fully dependable and typically require an integrated set of capabilities. This is the challenge that exists for intelligent agents technology in this application domain.

Agent Systems Mobile Agents and Applications

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NOMS 2002

Author : IEEE Communications Society
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Advances in Mobile Agents Systems Research

Author : Jana Dospisil
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2002 Symposium on Applications and the Internet Saint 2002 N

Author : Symposium on Applications and the Internet
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Papers from a winter 2002 symposium describe trends in mobile commerce, enterprise and knowledge management, Internet security, agent technology, content and application architecture, Web engineering, Internet communities, algorithms, network architecture, and performance and protocol. Specific subjects discussed include intelligent Internet search applications based on VLSI associative processors, inferring traffic flow characteristics from aggregated- flow measurement, design and implementation of an unauthorized access tracing system, and adaptive behaviors of intelligent agents based on neural semantic knowledge. Other subjects include dynamic configuration of agent migration protocols for the Internet, security in mobile agent systems, remote attack detection, and multicast over satellite. This work lacks a subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR.

Engineering of Computer based Systems

Author : IEEE Computer Society. Technical Committee on the Engineering of Computer Based Systems
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Papers from an April 2002 conference, 25 in all, report on academic achievements and industrial applications in the engineering of computer-based systems. Contributors represent some 12 countries and a variety of application domains. Papers deal with themes of requirements engineering, processes and tools, system properties and methods, modeling and analysis, system architecture, model-based system development, component-based design and reuse, embedded systems, and mobile agents. Specific topics include an intelligent agent security intrusion system, managing complex temporal requirements in real-time control systems, using category theory to model software component dependencies, and advanced Petri nets for modeling mobile agent enabled interorganizational workflows. There is no subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR.

Intelligent Agents for Telecommunication Environments

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Telecommunication systems become more dynamic and complex with the introduction of new services, mobility and active networks. The use of artificial intelligence and intelligent agents, integrated reasoning, learning, co-operating and mobility capabilities to provide predictive control are among possible ways forward. There is a need to investigate performance, flow and congestion control, intelligent control environment, security service creation and deployment and mobility of users, terminals and services. New approaches include the introduction of intelligence in nodes and terminal equipment in order to manage and control the protocols, and the introduction of intelligence mobility in the global network. These tools aim to provide the quality of service and adapt the existing infrastructure to be able to handle the new functions and achieve the necessary co-operation between nodes. The contributors, who come from research establishments all over the world, address these problems and provide ways forward in this fast-developing area of intelligence in networks.

Proceedings of the ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences

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Applications Services in Wireless Networks

Author : Hossam Afifi
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Engineering wireless technologies for both public and private use have led to the creation of new applications. These include the adaptation of current network management procedures and protocols and the introduction of unified open service architectures. Aspects such as accounting for multiple media access and QoS (quality of service) profiling must also be introduced to enable multimedia service offers, service management and service control over the wireless internet. Security and content production are needed to foster the development of new services while adaptable applications for variable bandwidth and variable costs will open new possibilities for ubiquitous communications. In this work, specialist subject contributors drawn from a broad international field address these prospects.

American Book Publishing Record

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Mobile Agents

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Runtime support for code mobility in distributed systems

Author : Bo Chen
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