Mobile Agents in Networking and Distributed Computing



Mobile Agents in Networking and Distributed Computing
This book simplifies the development of networks and distributed systems and improves their performance using mobile agent technology.
Mobile Agents in Networking and Distributed Computing explores mobile agents, sophisticated computer programs that can autonomously migrate between network sites and between computers. The authors begin with an overview of the most current mobile agent technology in use today. Next, they guide readers through the key concepts and principles of mobile agents. Finally, they present the most recent applications of mobile agents in networking and distributed computing, including e-commerce, information retrieval, process coordination, mobile computing, personal assistance, and network management.
Key Features:
Explains how mobile agents streamline the development of networks and distributed systems
Shows how mobile agents can dramatically improve the performance of networks and distributed systems
Explores a broad range of mobile agent applications in networks and distributed systems
Offers a systematic overview of the latest mobile agent technology
Introduces all of the key concepts and principles that readers need to know in order to take full advantage of mobile agents
This book is recommended for graduate students in telecommunications, networking, and distributed computing fields. Presenting all the latest technology, it also serves as a reference for professionals in the field.


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