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D'Agents: Applications and performance of a mobile-agent system

Robert S. Gray, George Cybenko, David Kotz, Ronald A. Peterson, Daniela Rus
2002 Software, Practice & Experience  
D'Agents is a general-purpose mobile-agent system that has been used in several informationretrieval applications.  ...  When are mobile agents a better choice for information-retrieval applications than traditional client/server techniques? To support this research, we developed the D'Agents mobile-agent system.  ...  Finally, many thanks to the developers of other mobile-agent systems, who in their correspondence helped us to better understand the capabilities and operation of their systems: Gian Pietro Picco (¤ CODE  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.449 fatcat:vneumashobdybiqqyci77qf53m

A framework for an Operating System-based Mobile Agent Interoperability

Oyatokun Bosed
2013 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
This work presents a framework for mobile agent interoperability by providing an Embedded Mobile Agent (EMA) system into the Windows Operating System kernel so that it can run as a service; this was done  ...  There is a need to provide a common base on which agents from different vendors can interact and interoperate.  ...  Interoperability has been defined by [15] as follows: two mobile agent systems are interoperable if a mobile agent of one system can migrate to the second system, the agent can interact and communicate  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-1460106 fatcat:lf5zgxmoindlxfujvaoxcem4gq

Design and Evaluation of a Fault-Tolerant Mobile-Agent System

M.R. Lyu, Xinyu Chen, Tsz Yeung Wong
2004 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
In this paper, we address a fault tolerance approach of deploying cooperating agents to detect server and agent failures as well as to recover services in mobile agent systems.  ...  Improving the survivability of mobile agents in the presence of agent server failures with unreliable underlying networks is a challenging issue.  ...  Many academic and commercial systems provide mobile agent execution environments, such as Aglets, Agent TCL, Concordia, Grasshopper, Mole, Odyssey and Voyager.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2004.40 fatcat:si5myzmhnngg5olk3ibv2ikw4q

Comparing the performance of mobile agent systems: a study of benchmarking

L.M. Silva, G. Soares, P. Martins, V. Batista, L. Santos
2000 Computer Communications  
Some comparisons about the functionality of some mobile agent systems have been presented in the literature.  ...  In this paper, we present the first results of an experimental study that compares the performance of eight Java-based Mobile Agent systems: Aglets, Concordia, Voyager, Odyssey, Jumping Beans, Grasshopper  ...  Once again, the Concordia system was not able to execute the application with a mobile agent of (ϳ) 1 Mb.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(99)00237-6 fatcat:lhwyva6wpvdulcn2mcfi7cb7ty

A formalism for hierarchical mobile agents

Satoh
2000 Proceedings International Symposium on Software Engineering for Parallel and Distributed Systems PDSE-99  
The system also offers a security mechanism for mobile agents by using well-defined properties of the calculus. *  ...  To demonstrate the utility of the calculus, we constructed a practical mobile agent system whose agents can be naturally and strictly specified and verified in the calculus.  ...  Background Currently, a lot of mobile agent systems have been released (for example see Aglets [9] , Mole [18] , Odyssey [7] , Telescript [22] , and Voyager [13] ).  ... 
doi:10.1109/pdse.2000.847863 dblp:conf/pdse/Satoh00 fatcat:diueinl6xzc2ncq6f5ijf57fvi

MAP: Design and implementation of a mobile agents' platform

Antonio Puliafito, Orazio Tomarchio, Lorenzo Vita
2000 Journal of systems architecture  
Some of the mobile agent systems developed in Java are Aglets LO97] by IBM, Odyssey Mag97] by General Magic, Voyager Obj97] by ObjectSpace, and other systems produced by university research such as Mole  ...  In this work we present a platform (called MAP (Mobile Agents Platform)) for the development and the management of mobile agents.  ...  MAP: Mobile Agents Platform In this section we introduce the agent system MAP 1 that we developed and implemented.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1383-7621(98)00076-9 fatcat:sne2gmqckrcyti5v6l43mqxlse

A population control protocol for mobile agent based workflow automation

Marina Flores-Badillo, Adrian Padilla-Duarte, Ernesto Lopez-Mellado
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics  
This paper deals with agent location and loss detection in a mobile agent based workflow automation scheme. A protocol for population control of agents evolving through internet is proposed.  ...  The protocol is specified using stopwatch Petri nets allowing a clear definition of tasks requiring the handling of time.  ...  Baumann used this protocol for locating mobile agents in a multi-agent system [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsmc.2009.5346677 dblp:conf/smc/Flores-BadilloPL09 fatcat:poyhc6cgd5grtn42h5iolv7dou

Framework for Supporting JavaScript-Based Mobile Agents [chapter]

Carlos A. Silva, Carlos Grilo, Jorge Veloz, Nuno Costa
2019 Contemporary Issues in Technology Education  
However, most of them, such as Mole, Aglets, Concordia, JACK, Ajanta and JADE, were developed to support only Java mobile agents.  ...  Integrating the mobile agents technology with multi-agent systems for distributed traffic detection and management systems A number of agent-based traffic control and management systems have been proposed  ...  JavaScript agent structure The mobile agent must follow the next structure in order to be executed into the agent-based platform: Within that structure the developer can insert custom JavaScript code and  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-11890-7_36 dblp:conf/icits2/SilvaGVC19 fatcat:2h4mnyqaarejdmferefbqixy3q

THE RELATION OF WARTS AND MOLES TO MALIGNANT GROWTHS

GILMAN J. WINTHROP
1912 Southern medical journal (Birmingham, Ala. Print)  
, a complete and magnificent sewer system.  ...  THE RELATION OF WARTS AND MOLES TO MALIGNANT GROWTHS.* By GILMAN J. WINTHROP, M_D., Mobile, Ala.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00007611-191211000-00004 fatcat:g5af3tmo35glbbembrnh6xubhe

Pup Shoving by Adult Naked Mole-Rats

Theodore Stankowich, Paul W. Sherman
2002 Ethology  
Adult naked mole-rats (Heterocephalus glaber) characteristically perform an unusual behavior toward young: they shove small pups frequently and vigorously around the nest.  ...  these litters were reunited 4-9 wk later, the unshoved (experimental) pups were the same size as the frequently shoved (control) pups, but the unshoved pups were significantly less likely to flee from a  ...  Pup shoving by naked mole-rats thus illustrates Rheingold's (1963) point that maternal behavior is 'the chief agent in modifying the behavior of the young, the chief agent responsible for its learning  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1439-0310.2002.00830.x fatcat:xdxslozedzbivpxqezo7xs26jm

Effect of Temperature and Mole Ratio on the Synthesis Yield of Rhenium-Tetrofosmin

W Widyastuti, A.H. Gunawan
2015 Atom Indonesia  
Technetium-99m ( 99m Tc) tetrofosmin is widely used in nuclear medicine as a diagnostic agent for myocardial perfusion and as a tumor imaging agent.  ...  Rhenium tetrofosmin could be produced in high radiochemical purity using an excess of tetrofosmin with mole ratio of 2000.  ...  or saline as the mobile phase (system 2) [22] [23] [24] .  ... 
doi:10.17146/aij.2015.380 fatcat:vwxdy7alpjbypjv6h2bcv5atxu

Hyaluronan in cancer – from the naked mole rat to nanoparticle therapy

Kenneth S. Rankin, Daniel Frankel
2016 Soft Matter  
Hyaluronan, a biopolymer abundant in the tumour microenvironment plays an important role in cancer. Its soft matter properties deserve detailed consideration.  ...  It is these linkages and others like these, that 40 regulate the adhesion and mobility of cells.  ...  The naked mole rat is a remarkable creature in that it 20 has an exceptionally long life span for its size and is resistant to cancer. 2 Thus when a breakthrough paper was published attributing the naked  ... 
doi:10.1039/c6sm00513f pmid:27079782 fatcat:5cxyx77eujayhkyn4izuaer66m

Cost effectiveness of biological control of invasive mole crickets in Florida pastures

Grace J. Mhina, Norman C. Leppla, Michael H. Thomas, Daniel Solís
2016 Biological control (Print)  
Three 27 biological control agents that parasitize the short-winged mole cricket, Neoscapteriscus 28 abbreviatus (Scudder); tawny mole cricket, N. vicinus (Scudder); and southern mole cricket, N. 29 borellii  ...  This very 38 effective biological control agent was applied to pastures, turf farms, golf courses, athletic fields, 39 and other mole cricket habitats across Florida after in vitro culture was developed  ...  To obtain 382 additional quantitative data on the impact of the nematode, a large field experiment was 383 conducted in Polk County but the highly mobile infected mole cricket adults unexpectedly 384 contaminated  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2016.05.017 fatcat:46hg2oae6jfudjflrcdbbzwltu

Naked mole rat cells display more efficient excision repair than mouse cells

Alexei Evdokimov, Mikhail Kutuzov, Irina Petruseva, Natalia Lukjanchikova, Elena Kashina, Ekaterina Kolova, Tatyana Zemerova, Svetlana Romanenko, Polina Perelman, Dmitry Prokopov, Andrei Seluanov, Vera Gorbunova (+4 others)
2018 Aging  
It would be of interest to establish how the activity of the cellular PARylation system varies with time after exposure to DNA damage agents causing DNA lesions repaired by the BER system.  ...  It should be noted that in our system UVC-light irradiation was used as a genotoxic stimulus.  ... 
doi:10.18632/aging.101482 pmid:29930219 pmcid:PMC6046242 fatcat:cynv4dx2uzdwvdirg3kh6cofg4
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