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An Approach to Building Mobile Intelligent Agents Based on Anytime Migration [chapter]

Naoki Fukuta, Takayuki Ito, Toramatsu Shintani
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present an implementation of a Java-based framework for building mobile agents : MiLog (Mobile intelligent agents using Logic programming).  ...  These applications demonstrate that MiLog is an effective tool for developing practical applications based on mobile intelligent agents.  ...  We assume a group of MiLog environments in which a unique secret key is distributed and stored.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45408-x_22 fatcat:kkc7flvj5nf3deviujtsoffy24

Information Sharing Mechanism among Mobile Agents In Ad-hoc Network Environment and Its Applications

Kunio Umetsuji, Kyoji Kawagoe
Mobile agents are programs that can move from one site to another in a network with their data and states. Mobile agents are expected to be an essential tool in pervasive computing.  ...  Therefore, a mobile agent can get another mobile agent, communicate with it and shares information stored in the agent without any knowledge of the location of the target mobile agent.  ...  When some application development is necessary to combine several mobile agent platforms such as Mobidget and Aglet, there is severe difficulty in communicate with agents in Mobidget and agents in Aglet  ...