Chirag V. Pathak

Learn More
Patterns of Intelligent and Mobile Agents Elizabeth A.Kendall, P.V. Murali Krishna, Chirag V. Pathak, C:B. Suresh Computer Systems Engineering, Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology City Campus, GPO Box 2476V, Melbourne, VIC 3001 AUSTRALIA email : 1. ABSTRACT Agent systems must have foundation; one approach that successfully applied to(More)
This paper presents a collection of patterns within a pattern language for agent based systems. Agents have appeared in a wide range of applications, including personalized user interfaces, enterprise integration, manufacturing, and business process support. They are viewed as the next significant software abstraction, and it is expected they will become as(More)
Agents are the next significant software abstraction, especially for distributed systems. Agent based systems have been developed in response to the following requirements: Personalized and customized user interfaces that are pro-active in assisting the user Adaptable, fault tolerant distributed systems that solve complex problems Open systems where(More)
1. Introduction The Internet has huge amount of information which is increasing exponentially. This information is accessible to any web user. The disadvantage of lack of access control is that any web user can access the information. The content of the information may not be appropriate for every user. For example pornograhical material would not be(More)
  • 1