8 edition of Programming and deploying Java mobile agents with Aglets found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-213) and index.
|Statement||Danny B. Lange, Mitsuru Oshima.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.I58 L36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||98020525|
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This book is about how to program mobile Internet agents in Java with the help of the Aglet application programming interface (API). A freely available implementation of the Aglet API from IBM Corporation has spurred a tremendous interest in by: Java aglets, the next huge wave of internet development are lightweight mobile agents that enable the autonomous execution of programs on remote heterogeneous hosts.
Because Java aglets automate many of the processes users must now perform manually, the technology is poised to transform the way many users interact with the internet.
The next huge wave of Internet development, Java Aglets are lightweight mobile agents that enable the autonomous execution of programs on remote heterogeneous hosts. Because Java aglets automate many of the processes users must now perform manually, the technology is poised to transform the way many users interact with the Internet.
Get this from a library. Programming and deploying Java mobile agents with Aglets. [Danny B Lange; Mitsuru Oshima] -- Java aglets, the next huge wave of internet development are lightweight mobile agents that enable the autonomous execution of programs on remote heterogeneous hosts. Because Java aglets automate many.
Programming and deploying Java mobile agents with Aglets Item Preview remove-circle Programming and deploying Java mobile agents with Aglets by Lange, Danny B; Oshima, Mitsuru. Publication date Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN : They also provide a single uniform paradigm for distributed object computing, encompassing synchrony and asynchrony, message-passing and object-passing, and stationary objects and mobile objects.
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Lange, D.B. and M. Oshima (), Programming and Deploying Java TM Mobile Agents with Aglets TM, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA (to appear). Google Scholar Nakamura, Y. and G. Yamamoto (), “An Electronic Marketplace Framework Based on Mobile Agents,” Research Report, RT, IBM Research, Tokyo Research Laboratory, Tokyo, by: 1 This article is based on a chapter of a forthcoming book by Lange and Oshima entitled Programming and Deploying Mobile Agents with Java (Addison-Wesley) [Lange and Oshima ].
To appear in World Wide Web (Baltzer Science Publishers, The Netherlands). Also, agents can decide to perform actions, such as travel across a network to a new computer, independent of any external request. Aglets versus applets The Java aglet extends the model of network-mobile code made famous by Java applets.
Like an applet, the. Aglets is a Java-based mobile agent platform and library for building mobile agents based applications. An aglet is a Java agent which can autonomously and spontaneously move from one host to another carrying a piece of code with it.
It can be programmed to execute at a remote host and show different behaviours at different hosts. If so, what changes are required in the policy file. > > I am also unable to run the sample application which lists the directory > files in the Aglet book "Programming & Deploying Java Mobile Agents with > Aglets" by Danny Lange & Mitsuru Oshima for the same reason.
> > I would be highly pleased if somebody could help me out as this is urgent. You can get a good book for deploying and programming Java Mobile agents with Aglet by Danny Lange and Mitsuru Oshima.
Thi book gives you the basic methodology for building a single and multi. I am studying Aglet and have tried various examples in the example directory and those in the book entitled with "programming and deploying java mobile agents with aglets." (Aglet Java JDK ) Most the examples run successfully.
This paper is based on a chapter of a book by Lange and Oshima entitled Programming and Deploying Java™ Mobile Agents with Aglets™, Addison-Wesley, ISBN: 1 This paper is based on a chapter of a book by Lange and Oshima entitled Programming and Deploying Java™ Mobile Agents with Aglets™, Addison-Wesley, (ISBN: ).
Mobile agents with Java: The Aglet API Mobile agents with Java: The Aglet API Lange, Danny; Oshima, Mitsuru World Wide Web 1 () – a b Danny B. Lange and Mitsuru Oshima General Magic Inc., North Mary Avenue, Sunnyvale, CAUSA E-mail: [email protected] IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory, Shimotsuruma, Yamato-shi.
Development of Mobile Agents With AgletsMamta Yadav Preeti Sethi, Some properties of java are listed below that made it better language for mobile agent programming. proposed industry standard for Java based mobile agents. J-AAPI was developed by a research teamFile Size: KB.
Hope u all in good shape. I'm doing a simple project integrating mobile agents using aglets with intrusion detection system using snort., all these are done with linux fedora core 5 platform. The basic idea is, when snort detect an intrusion, an aglet will read the log file created by snort.The layout of the book was not as appealing & the index takes many pages.
The patterns should have been accompained by urls. Some url's are given. But, not all. But the effort is really herculean & the author has done a great job to put it in book form.
Please note that the book is not for beginners.However, if you want some in-depth information then you obtain a copy of Danny and Mitsuru's book, "Programming and Deploying Java Mobile Agents with Aglets." This is the essential guide to developing mobile agents in java, and contains masses of code examples and snippet.