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Jani Leinonen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ATAL – FIPA-OS Agent Platform for Small-Footprint Devices
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2002
    Co-Authors: Mikko Laukkanen, Sasu Tarkoma, Jani Leinonen

    Abstract:

    The trend is towards having smaller and smaller mobile devices, also called small-footprint devices, allowing nomadic users to access the same services as with the static computers from virtually anywhere and at any time. The idea of having software Agents running on small-footprint mobile devices sounds an attractive way of delivering services for nomadic users. One of the biggest problems is that the current Agent Platforms are designed to run on computers with a lot of resources, e.g., CPU power and memory. This paper discusses the problem area of having a FIPA-OS Agent Platform running on a small-footprint devices. Our views are based on experiences of running a FIPA-OS Agent Platform on Java-enabled small-footprint devices. The experiments were conducted using Casio Cassiopeia E-115, Psion Series 5mx and Compaq iPAQ H3630. Our results clearly show that without any optimizations FIPA-OS is not suited to run on small-footprint devices.

  • FIPA-OS Agent Platform for small-footprint devices
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2002
    Co-Authors: Mikko Laukkanen, Sasu Tarkoma, Jani Leinonen

    Abstract:

    The trend is towards having smaller and smaller mobile devices, also called small-footprint devices, allowing nomadic users to access the same services as with the static computers from virtually anywhere and at any time. The idea of having software Agents running on small-footprint mobile devices sounds an attractive way of delivering services for nomadic users. One of the biggest problems is that the current Agent Platforms are designed to run on computers with a lot of resources, e.g., CPU power and memory. This paper discusses the problem area of having a FIPA-OS Agent Platform running on a small-footprint devices. Our views are based on experiences of running a FIPA-OS Agent Platform on Java-enabled small-footprint devices. The experiments were conducted using Casio Cassiopeia E-115, Psion Series 5mx and Compaq iPAQ H3630. Our results clearly show that without any optimizations FIPA-OS is not suited to run on small-footprint devices.

Yves Demazeau – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CEEMAS – Volcano, a Vowels-Oriented Multi-Agent Platform
    From Theory to Practice in Multi-Agent Systems, 2002
    Co-Authors: Pierre-michel Ricordel, Yves Demazeau

    Abstract:

    In this paper we present a new multi-Agent Platform, called Volcano, based on the Vowels decomposition paradigm. The application of this paradigm to a building Platform allows higher flexibility, better reuse, and reduces development costs. The entire building process is covered, from analysis to deployment.

  • Volcano, a Vowels-oriented multi-Agent Platform
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2002
    Co-Authors: Pierre-michel Ricordel, Yves Demazeau

    Abstract:

    In this paper we present a new multi-Agent Platform, called Volcano, based on the Vowels decomposition paradigm. The application of this paradigm to a building Platform allows higher flexibility, better reuse, and reduces development costs. The entire building process is covered, from analysis to deployment.

  • from analysis to deployment a multi Agent Platform survey
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2000
    Co-Authors: Pierre-michel Ricordel, Yves Demazeau

    Abstract:

    This paper presents a survey on multi-Agent Platforms, with a particular focus on methodology. It presents the four stages of the construction of a multi-Agent system and derives from these stages several criteria for comparison. These criteria are then used to evaluate four selected Platforms, and lead to a discussion on the future of multiAgent Platforms.

Mikko Laukkanen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ATAL – FIPA-OS Agent Platform for Small-Footprint Devices
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2002
    Co-Authors: Mikko Laukkanen, Sasu Tarkoma, Jani Leinonen

    Abstract:

    The trend is towards having smaller and smaller mobile devices, also called small-footprint devices, allowing nomadic users to access the same services as with the static computers from virtually anywhere and at any time. The idea of having software Agents running on small-footprint mobile devices sounds an attractive way of delivering services for nomadic users. One of the biggest problems is that the current Agent Platforms are designed to run on computers with a lot of resources, e.g., CPU power and memory. This paper discusses the problem area of having a FIPA-OS Agent Platform running on a small-footprint devices. Our views are based on experiences of running a FIPA-OS Agent Platform on Java-enabled small-footprint devices. The experiments were conducted using Casio Cassiopeia E-115, Psion Series 5mx and Compaq iPAQ H3630. Our results clearly show that without any optimizations FIPA-OS is not suited to run on small-footprint devices.

  • FIPA-OS Agent Platform for small-footprint devices
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2002
    Co-Authors: Mikko Laukkanen, Sasu Tarkoma, Jani Leinonen

    Abstract:

    The trend is towards having smaller and smaller mobile devices, also called small-footprint devices, allowing nomadic users to access the same services as with the static computers from virtually anywhere and at any time. The idea of having software Agents running on small-footprint mobile devices sounds an attractive way of delivering services for nomadic users. One of the biggest problems is that the current Agent Platforms are designed to run on computers with a lot of resources, e.g., CPU power and memory. This paper discusses the problem area of having a FIPA-OS Agent Platform running on a small-footprint devices. Our views are based on experiences of running a FIPA-OS Agent Platform on Java-enabled small-footprint devices. The experiments were conducted using Casio Cassiopeia E-115, Psion Series 5mx and Compaq iPAQ H3630. Our results clearly show that without any optimizations FIPA-OS is not suited to run on small-footprint devices.