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Experimental evaluation of wireless simulation assumptions
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We provide a comprehensive review of six assumptions that are still part of many ad hoc network simulation studies, despite increasing awareness of the need to represent more realistic features, including hills, obstacles, link asymmetries, and unpredictable fading. Expand
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Agent Tcl: A Flexible and Secure Mobile-Agent System
  • R. Gray
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Tcl/Tk Workshop
  • 1996
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A mobile agent is an autonomous program that can migrate under its own control from machine to machine in a heterogeneous network. Expand
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Agent tcl: a transportable agent system
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Agent Tcl is a transportable-agent system that is under development at Dartmouth College. Expand
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D'Agents: Applications and performance of a mobile‐agent system
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D'Agents is a general‐purpose mobile‐agent system that has been used in several information‐retrieval applications. Expand
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Mobile agents: Motivations and state of the art
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A mobile agent is an executing program that can migrate, at times of its own choosing, from machine to machine in a heterogeneous network. Expand
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Simulating realistic network worm traffic for worm warning system design and testing
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We describe a worm simulation model we are developing to accurately model the large-scale spread dynamics of a worm and many aspects of its detailed effects on the network. Expand
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Mobile agents in distributed information retrieval
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A mobile agent is an executing program that can migrate during execution from machine to machine in a heterogeneous network. Expand
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D'Agents: Security in a Multiple-Language, Mobile-Agent System
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In this chapter, we discuss these three issues in the context of D'Agents, a mobile-agent system whose agents can be written in Tcl, Java and Scheme. Expand
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Outdoor experimental comparison of four ad hoc routing algorithms
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We report on an outdoor comparison of four different wireless ad hoc routing algorithms, APRL, AODV, ODMRP, and STARA, running on thirty-three 802.11-enabled laptops moving randomly through an athletic field. Expand
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Mobile agents and the future of the internet
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In this paper, we show how current technological trends may lead to a system based substantially on mobile code, and in many cases, mobile agents. Expand
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