Self-Adaptive Mobile Agent Population Control in Dynamic Networks Based on the Single Species Population Model

@article{Suzuki2007SelfAdaptiveMA,
  title={Self-Adaptive Mobile Agent Population Control in Dynamic Networks Based on the Single Species Population Model},
  author={Tomoko Suzuki and Taisuke Izumi and Fukuhito Ooshita and Toshimitsu Masuzawa},
  journal={IEICE Transactions},
  year={2007},
  volume={90-D},
  pages={314-324}
}
SUMMARY Mobile-agent-based distributed computing is one of the most promising paradigms to support autonomic computing in a large-scale of distributed system with dynamics and diversity: mobile agents traverse the distributed system and carry out a sophisticated task at each node adap-tively. In mobile-agent-based systems, a larger number of agents generally require shorter time to complete the whole task but consume more resources (e.g., processing power and network bandwidth). Therefore, it… CONTINUE READING