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An Introduction to the TACOMA Distributed System - Version 1.0

An Introduction to the TACOMA Distributed System - Version 1.0,Dag Johansen

An Introduction to the TACOMA Distributed System - Version 1.0   (Citations: 99)
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ion 105 Where to Meet 106 Arriving at a New Place - The Bridge Head for the Arriving Agent 117 Optimize for RPC 138 Summary 13Chapter 3 Getting Started 151 Introduction 152 A Simple Agent Example 163 Installing TACOMA and Relevant Software 183.1 Installing TACOMA 183.2 Running TACOMA 193.3 Run the First TACOMA Agent 203.4 Included Examples 224 Summary 22 Chapter 4 The TACOMA API 231 Introduction 232 Programming the Internet - Folder Abstractions 233 Programming the Internet -...
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    • ...The mobile learning system which uses Mobile-Code-Source usually adopts the All-Code Transmission manner [2-4], and the mobile learning system which uses the Fixed-Code-Source often adopts the Needed-Code Transmission manner [5-6]...
    • ...This paper is organized as follows: Section 2 presents a new code migration strategy...
    • ...<{[SECTION]}>2� The code migration strategy...
    • ...In this case, the start node is used as the fixed code source (figure 2 �B ). If yes, this fixed code source is used as a code provider...
    • ...The All-Code transmission manner is used for the NR nodes, and the Needed-code transmission manner is used for the R nodes (figure 2�C )...
    • ...(2)All - code transm ission or Needed-code transm ission...
    • ...path Figure 2. The fourth step �A Needed-code transmi s sion based on...
    • ...Deduction 2: If an agent migrates to a Reliable node, then two kinds of code transmission manners can be used...
    • ...RCS Definition 2: For all code �» if exists, then , i.e.,...
    • ...� 3.3.2 The Needed-Code Transmission g According to a requirement of the code assembler, the code provider of an object node firstly confirms all its needed code this time in the CLOSED table of an agent...

    Wang Zhao-Wenet al. Study on the code migration in mobile learning system

    • ...Some middleware systems that provide agents include Agent Tcl [15], Ara [24], Java Aglets [23], Mole [5], Sumatra [3], TACOMA [17], PEERWARE [10], and MARS [9]...

    Chien-liang Foket al. Rapid Development and Flexible Deployment of Adaptive Wireless Sensor ...

    • ...The execution state is not transferred during weak migration. Examples of weak migration are [7], [8]...

    Radu Handoreanet al. Context Aware Session Management for Services in Ad Hoc Networks

    • ...Johansen et al. [9] detect and recover from faulty migrations inside the TACOMA [10] agent system...

    K. Mohammadiet al. Modeling and evaluation of fault tolerant mobile agents in distributed...

    • ...The mobile agent community should again consider alternatives (past examples include [6, 5, 4, 7, 8]) that do one thing and do it really well: supporting mobile agents efficiently, safely, and securely...

    Volker Roth. Obstacles to the Adoption of Mobile Agents

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