Intelligent Agents for Network Management: a Fault Detection Experiment

@inproceedings{Cheikhrouhou1999IntelligentAF,
  title={Intelligent Agents for Network Management: a Fault Detection Experiment},
  author={Morsy M. Cheikhrouhou and Pierre Conti and Jacques Labetoulle and Karina Marcus},
  booktitle={Integrated Network Management},
  year={1999}
}
We present an architecture for flexible intelligent agents dedicated to build network management systems and its application for a concrete experiment. The agent architecture is based on Skills that can be plugged on an agent Brain. The skill is a piece of code that can be loaded seamlessly into an agent to supply it with more new capabilities. The brain is a common part that governs the whole function of the agent. We detail how this architecture was used to build a fault-tolerant agent system… CONTINUE READING
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