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Evaggelia Pitoura – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • mobile agents for world wide web distributed Database access
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2000
    Co-Authors: Stavros Papastavrou, George Samaras, Evaggelia Pitoura
    Abstract:

    The popularity of the Web as a universal acceaccess mechanism for network information has created the need for developing Web-based DBMS client/server applications. However, the current commercial applet-based approaches for Accessing Database systems offer limited flexibility, scalability, and robustness. We propose a new framework for Web-based distributed access to Database systems based on Java-based mobile agents. The framework supports lightweight, portable, and autonomous clients as well as operation on slow or expensive networks. The implementation of the framework using the aglet workbench shows that its performance is comparable to, and in some case outperforms, the current approach. In fact, in wireless and dial-up environments and for average size transactions, a client/agent/server adaptation of the framework provides a performance improvement of approximately a factor of ten. For the fixed network, the gains are about 40 percent and 30 percent, respectively. We expect our framework to perform even better when deployed using different implementation platforms as indicated by our preliminary results from an implementation based on Voyager.

  • mobile agents for www distributed Database access
    International Conference on Data Engineering, 1999
    Co-Authors: Stavros Papastavrou, George Samaras, Evaggelia Pitoura
    Abstract:

    The popularity of the Web as a universal acceaccess mechanism for network information has created the need for developing Web based DBMS client/server applications. However, the current commercial applet based methodologies for Accessing Database systems offer limited flexibility, scalability and robustness. We propose a new framework for Web based distributed access to Database systems based on Java based mobile agents. The framework supports lightweight, portable and autonomous clients as well as operation on slow or expensive networks. The implementation of the framework shows that its performance is comparable to, and in some cases outperforms, the current approach. In fact, in wireless and dial-up environments and for average size transactions, a client/agent/server adaptation of the framework provides a performance improvement of approximately a factor of ten. For the fixed network, the gains are about 40% and 30% respectively.

Stavros Papastavrou – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • mobile agents for world wide web distributed Database access
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2000
    Co-Authors: Stavros Papastavrou, George Samaras, Evaggelia Pitoura
    Abstract:

    The popularity of the Web as a universal access mechanism for network information has created the need for developing Web-based DBMS client/server applications. However, the current commercial applet-based approaches for Accessing Database systems offer limited flexibility, scalability, and robustness. We propose a new framework for Web-based distributed access to Database systems based on Java-based mobile agents. The framework supports lightweight, portable, and autonomous clients as well as operation on slow or expensive networks. The implementation of the framework using the aglet workbench shows that its performance is comparable to, and in some case outperforms, the current approach. In fact, in wireless and dial-up environments and for average size transactions, a client/agent/server adaptation of the framework provides a performance improvement of approximately a factor of ten. For the fixed network, the gains are about 40 percent and 30 percent, respectively. We expect our framework to perform even better when deployed using different implementation platforms as indicated by our preliminary results from an implementation based on Voyager.

  • mobile agents for www distributed Database access
    International Conference on Data Engineering, 1999
    Co-Authors: Stavros Papastavrou, George Samaras, Evaggelia Pitoura
    Abstract:

    The popularity of the Web as a universal access mechanism for network information has created the need for developing Web based DBMS client/server applications. However, the current commercial applet based methodologies for Accessing Database systems offer limited flexibility, scalability and robustness. We propose a new framework for Web based distributed access to Database systems based on Java based mobile agents. The framework supports lightweight, portable and autonomous clients as well as operation on slow or expensive networks. The implementation of the framework shows that its performance is comparable to, and in some cases outperforms, the current approach. In fact, in wireless and dial-up environments and for average size transactions, a client/agent/server adaptation of the framework provides a performance improvement of approximately a factor of ten. For the fixed network, the gains are about 40% and 30% respectively.

George Samaras – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • mobile agents for world wide web distributed Database access
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2000
    Co-Authors: Stavros Papastavrou, George Samaras, Evaggelia Pitoura
    Abstract:

    The popularity of the Web as a universal access mechanism for network information has created the need for developing Web-based DBMS client/server applications. However, the current commercial applet-based approaches for Accessing Database systems offer limited flexibility, scalability, and robustness. We propose a new framework for Web-based distributed access to Database systems based on Java-based mobile agents. The framework supports lightweight, portable, and autonomous clients as well as operation on slow or expensive networks. The implementation of the framework using the aglet workbench shows that its performance is comparable to, and in some case outperforms, the current approach. In fact, in wireless and dial-up environments and for average size transactions, a client/agent/server adaptation of the framework provides a performance improvement of approximately a factor of ten. For the fixed network, the gains are about 40 percent and 30 percent, respectively. We expect our framework to perform even better when deployed using different implementation platforms as indicated by our preliminary results from an implementation based on Voyager.

  • mobile agents for www distributed Database access
    International Conference on Data Engineering, 1999
    Co-Authors: Stavros Papastavrou, George Samaras, Evaggelia Pitoura
    Abstract:

    The popularity of the Web as a universal access mechanism for network information has created the need for developing Web based DBMS client/server applications. However, the current commercial applet based methodologies for Accessing Database systems offer limited flexibility, scalability and robustness. We propose a new framework for Web based distributed access to Database systems based on Java based mobile agents. The framework supports lightweight, portable and autonomous clients as well as operation on slow or expensive networks. The implementation of the framework shows that its performance is comparable to, and in some cases outperforms, the current approach. In fact, in wireless and dial-up environments and for average size transactions, a client/agent/server adaptation of the framework provides a performance improvement of approximately a factor of ten. For the fixed network, the gains are about 40% and 30% respectively.

Xu Guang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

Song Zhongshan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.