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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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These knowledge or results integration will be carried out by the Results Integration Coordinating Agent (RICA), which is a new single mobile agent created by ARMCA for the purpose of performing the optimized results integration.
From this we observe that a mobile agent experiences the following events in its life cycle:
The CEO uses a Mobile Agent on his mobile device and is also notified by a truncated message with new finding, while explanation is available upon request.
The architecture balances the cost of information provision and utilization on the network by employing push and pull mobile agents to service user requests and conducts the business of information provision and utilization on the network.
Both the computers and networks on which a mobile agent system is built are heterogeneous in character.
While static agents are software components that stay in their respective computers using the network only to transfer information, mobile agents are software components that can migrate between different locations of a network in order to perform their tasks locally.
Mobile agents offer an attractive answer for managing commercial telecommunications networks, says Patricia Morreale of the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.
Mobile agents in networking and distributed computing.
CLAIM (Computational Language for Autonomous, Intelligent and Mobile Agents [23]) is a high-level declarative agent-oriented programming language.
In this paper we show an algorithm for dynamic reconfiguration of distributed applications based on the mobile agent model.
Guy's leadership will be critical in the launch of our new product visual IVR product, Jacada Mobile Agent, which represents the next generation of technology connecting customers with companies.
The tool fetches the URL twice, once from a desktop agent and once from a mobile agent, and produces a 'site rank' based on a scale of 1 -100.

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