Noemi Paciorek

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Use of the Internet and the World-Wide-Web has become widespread in recent years and mobile agent technology has proliferated at an equally rapid rate. In this paper, we introduce the Concordia infrastructure for the development and management of network-efficient mobile agent applications for accessing information anytime, anywhere, and on any device.(More)
The mobile agent concept grows out of three earlier technologies: process migration [5], remote evaluation [7], and mobile objects [3]—all developed to improve on remote procedure calling (RPC) for distributed programming. Early systems supporting process migration allowed an entire address space to be moved from one computer to another. One goal of this(More)
Concordia provides a robust and highly reliable framework for the development and execution of secure, mobile agent applications. Concordia incorporates many advanced security and reliability features beyond the basic functionality found in other mobile agent systems. Concordia provides a rich security model that can be used to allow or deny access to(More)
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