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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Mobile agent applications are a promising approach to cope with the ever increasing amount of data and services available in large networks (e.g., corporate intranets or the Internet). By using mobile agent technology, a user no longer has to manually browse for certain data and/or services but rather to submit a mobile personal agent that accesses and processes information on her/his behalf (i.e., places orders or bids in some electronic auctions, or fixes dates). These mobile agents operatedoi:10.1007/3-540-36389-0_28 fatcat:l5o46c6qyzh7fpwh7ggqagphq4