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mobile agent

A software module that moves from host to host in a network. See Knowbot and agent.
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Workshop on Mobile Agents (MA '97), Berlin, Germany, Springer-Verlag LNCS 1219, pp.
Mobile agents seem suitable for applications, such as electronic commerce, system administration and management (especially network management), and information retrieval.
An adequate example in the context of a contact center with search application in distributed data bases show the effectiveness of the Java-based mobile agents approach.
The research areas of his dissertation entitled Security Infrastructure and Applications for Mobile Agents are security for mobile agents, applications based on mobile agents, and distributed network environments in which mobile agents execute.
HL7 ontology and mobile agents for interoperability in heterogeneous medical information systems, Computers in Biology and Medicine 36: 817-836.
A sampling of chapter topics includes environments for mobile learning, protection of mobile agent data, semantic web services for smart devices based on mobile agents, design of mobile television in Europe, and relevance of mobile computing in medicine.
Content also covers topics such as: information security systems, open source intelligence, hidden data and cryptography, criminal data mining, cyber war, criminal investigation of mobile devices, cyber crime legislation, legal issues, mobile agents and artificial intelligence, digital and physical surveillance, and digital forensic standardization.
A novel technique proposed recently employs autonomous mobile agents in faded information field architecture (FIF) to facilitate information provision and servicing on wide area networks.
Emerging intelligent mobile agents have huge potential to address these deficiencies.
Awareness of the environment and of a user's presence and/or expression is critical for smart mobile interfaces, and of course for successful real-world action on mobile agents.
The required UCCE features would include; feature-rich agent supervisor desktop controls, CTI & CRM integration, choice of client software for call control, knowledge worker functionality, support for remote and mobile agents, IVR self-service and call treatment capabilities, reporting, platform management portal, outbound option and third party integration.

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