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Programmable Agents for Active Distributed Monitoring [chapter]

Ehab S. Al-Shaer
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper motivates and describes a programmable agents approach for active monitoring as an important attribute for supporting scalable, highly-responsive and non-intrusive management architecture.  ...  The paper also shows monitoring examples that illustrates the application and the e ectiveness of active monitoring in managing large-scale distributed systems. R. Stadler and B.  ...  We d e v eloped several techniques to support an e cient programmable agents environment for active monitoring.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48100-1_2 fatcat:golapuwpobb75ahamesthaekvu

Monitoring in Tropical National Parks: The Power of Knowledge

Ruppert Vimal, Tsegaye Gatiso, Raphael Mathevet
2018 Conservation & Society  
For instance, monitoring activities automatically involve the circulation and presence of parks' agents within and around the borders of parks and thus limit poaching and other illegal activities.  ...  Monitoring programmes can be implemented without any expectations regarding management orientation but only for the opportunity they represent in terms of attracting funds, controlling agents' work, or  ... 
doi:10.4103/cs.cs_17_12 fatcat:qqyph2bexfb3hovqlc7qljh67q

Assessment of national systems for the surveillance and monitoring of animal health

W D Hueston
1993 Rev Sci Tech Off Int Epizoot  
The ideal national epidemiological delivery system incorporates surveillance for disease agents, host monitoring and environmental assessment.  ...  Continued growth in international trade and the developing concepts of zoning and risk assessment demand effective assessment of national surveillance and monitoring systems for animal health.  ...  The ideal epidemiological delivery system is composed of a programme of activities which address each aspect of the epidemiological triad of agent, host and environment: agent surveillance, host monitoring  ... 
pmid:8312620 fatcat:3tue7i4ulvbxpmdxydlikckbw4

Toward Team-Oriented Programming [chapter]

David V. Pynadath, Milind Tambe, Nicolas Chauvat, Lawrence Cavedon
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In TOP, a programmer specifies an agent organization hierarchy and the team tasks for the organization to perform, abstracting away from the innumerable coordination plans potentially necessary to ensure  ...  We have recently used TOP to integrate a diverse team of heterogeneous distributed agents in performing a complex task.  ...  We thank Phil Cohen, Katia Sycara and Steve Minton for collaboration on the TEAMCORE project, and for providing the Quickset, route-planner and Ariadne Web-based query agents respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1007/10719619_17 fatcat:5sj5turifzhntlc7xrea7t573y

Surveillance and monitoring of antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic consumption in humans and animals

P Silley, S Simjee, S Schwarz
2012 Rev Sci Tech Off Int Epizoot  
This comparison of the different studies for surveillance and monitoring of antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial consumption in humans and animals shows the need to improve harmonisation.  ...  In the veterinary field, in particular, programmes have been installed which target bacteria of zoonotic, foodborne and/or veterinary relevance.  ...  There is also no harmonised set of antimicrobial agents for resistance testing in bacteria in surveillance or monitoring programmes in human or veterinary medicine.  ... 
pmid:22849271 fatcat:5mvjgpvndvex3ogcfscnymglci

Harmonised monitoring of antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella and Campylobacter isolates from food animals in the European Union

S. Bronzwaer
2008 Clinical Microbiology and Infection  
. 3 Antimicrobial agents included in various monitoring programmes for Campylobacter spp.  ...  Antimicrobial agents to include in resistance monitoring programmes Many different antimicrobial agents are currently used in national monitoring programmes.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-0691.2008.02000.x pmid:18397331 fatcat:u4j3f76aoncwbhzcyjgrlyxoy4

The Phoenix framework: a practical architecture for programmable networks

D. Putzolu, S. Bakshi, S. Yadav, R. Yavatkar
2000 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In this paper, we describe Intel's framework for programmable networks known as Phoenix.  ...  To enable such functionality, the Phoenix framework provides support for a mobile agent system and open interfaces.  ...  A PROGRAMMABLE NETWORK FRAMEWORK Phoenix is an object-oriented, distributed, and securityaware programmable network framework that allows easy control and deployment of new network services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.825654 fatcat:mkmiav63yrdhnahzgnb7d6jipe

Security in Programmable Network Infrastructures: The Integration of Network and Application Solutions [chapter]

Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi, Rebecca Montanari, Cesare Stefanelli
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The SOMA platform exploits the Java technology for agent serialization, dynamic class loading, networking support and for the ubiquitous availability of the Java virtual machine.  ...  A security framework for programmable networks may provide security solutions at different levels of abstraction.  ...  the Italian "Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche" in the framework of the Project "Global Applications in the Internet Area: Models and Programming Environments" and by the University of Bologna (Funds for  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40057-5_20 fatcat:nvr2yioqc5dtliowmogcnorfci

Programmable Remote Traffic Monitoring Method Using Active Network Approach [chapter]

Toru Hasegawa, Shigehiro Ano, Koji Nakao, Fumito Kubota
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Traffic monitors are made programmable by introducing active network techniques; therefore, we call the network monitoring system as the active monitor network.  ...  Therefore, we have proposed a flexible network monitoring system which consists of programmable traffic monitors.  ...  These systems make traditional manager-agent based network management systems programmable. The systems make an agent storing MIB information programmable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45451-9_4 fatcat:7qw6ewh3sjhsbd3huhwdjr7ety

Open Standard Based Visualization of Complex Internet Computing Systems [chapter]

Seung S. Yang, Javed I. Khan
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present a monitor messaging framework for visualizing the lifecycle of a multiparty decentralized process.  ...  The emerging distributed internet computing paradigms envision involvement of large conglomeration of dynamic and internet-wide distributed computing resources.  ...  Our experience with complex netcentric composable systems indicates that monitoring and management of complex distributed system is critical for enabling growth of complex distributed computing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24688-6_129 fatcat:ynarw3bkmfdmjibw4u2yk5fwre

Exploiting agent mobility for large-scale network monitoring

A. Liotta, G. Pavlou, G. Knight
2002 IEEE Network  
This article presents an active distributed monitoring system based on mobile agents.  ...  As networks become pervasive, the importance of efficient information gathering for purposes such as monitoring, fault diagnosis, and performance evaluation increases.  ...  Nick Papadoglou from Vodafone, United Kingdom, for his insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2002.1002994 fatcat:ps3pt2cm4vgprh6k33rx23zjie

Predictable, Lightweight Management Agents [chapter]

Jonathan T. Moore, Jessica Kornblum Moore, Scott Nettles
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present an active, or programmable, packet system, SNAP (Safe and Nimble Active Packets) that can be used to provide flexible, lightweight network management with predictable resource  ...  SNAP is efficient enough to support both centralized polling and mobile agent approaches; furthermore, its resource predictability prevents malicious or erroneous agents from running amok in the network  ...  for network monitoring, and Walter Eaves for discussions about an SNMP service interface for SNAP and for implementing such an interface for the user-space version of SNAP.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36199-5_9 fatcat:7lxvglpolbdrhcizfqhnv5tyza

A Logical Architecture for Active Network Management

Salvatore Gaglio, Luca Gatani, Giuseppe Lo Re, Alfonso Urso
2006 Journal of Network and Systems Management  
devices (agents).  ...  Several distributed architectures for network management have been proposed to relieve the load from the central management station and to distribute control tasks by means of the Active Networks technology  ...  Programmable Local Agents In [8] , it is presented a framework for network management that exploits active local and mobile agents. The monitored devices are equipped with Programmable Local Agents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10922-005-9012-7 fatcat:l4uzg4tnprfb3mzngvn324gmqy

Xweb: a framework for application network deployment in a programmable Internet service infrastructure

O. Ardaiz, L. Navarro
2004 12th Euromicro Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Processing, 2004. Proceedings.  
We propose a framework for application network deployment that implements such functionality.  ...  An application network consists of a number of application servers distributed throughout the Internet, connected and coordinated to provide services with low latency.  ...  This work has been partially supported by the Spanish MCYT project TIC2002-04258-C03-01 "Global and Peer-to-Peer Computing for Cooperative Learning".  ... 
doi:10.1109/empdp.2004.1271472 dblp:conf/pdp/ArdaizN04 fatcat:hys4zwvqlfgw7khavzybnwp3f4

A Hybrid Approach to Network Performance Monitoring Based on Mobile Agents and CORBA [chapter]

Christos Bohoris, George Pavlou, Antonio Liotta
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Mobile agents can allow the easy programmability of managed nodes, while static distributed objects typically offer better performance.  ...  While mobile agent frameworks were initially thought as rivals to static distributed objects the two approaches should ideally coexist.  ...  exploiting agent autonomy our future work will focus in the direction of more sophisticated autonomous decisions and the detailed evaluation of their significance as compared to a plain delegation approach  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36086-7_14 fatcat:doqkgqyukvefjmbtt2zgl5qqyy
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