Conference Paper

A Directory Server for Mobile Agents Interoperability.

NEC Corp.;
DOI: 10.1109/EDOC.2000.882354 Conference: 4th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (EDOC 2000), 25-28 September 2000, Makuhari, Japan, Proceedings
Source: DBLP

ABSTRACT This paper reports a directory server in a distributed middleware for realizing the interoperability between a wide variety of mobile agent systems. The ODP trader, an ITU-T recommendation for direction service, is customized for the specific requirements. The key ideas are (1) to extend the managed information so that program codes can be members, and (2) to provide Proxy Offer for utilizing services located outside the directory. Performance measurement shows that Proxy Offer is more efficient than dynamic property of the ODP trader in the current application

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