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Supporting the development of context-aware agent-based systems for mobile networks

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Supporting the development of context-aware agent-based systems for mobile networks
Distributed applications involving mobile devices interconnected by wireless networks may benefit both from multiagent technology and context-aware programming techniques. This article presents MoCA/MAX, a system running on a JADE platform to allow access to services provided by MoCA, an architecture that supports the development of context-aware applications for mobile devices. The resulting middleware supports the easy and fast development of context-aware applications based on the multi-agent paradigm. We have used MoCA/MAX to implement a few prototype context-aware applications based on mobile agents and tailored to mobile computing environments. Categories and Subject Descriptors C.2.4 [Computer-Communication Networks]: Distributed Systems; D.2.8 [Software Engineering]: Design Tools and Techniques General Terms Design Keywords Mobile Computing, Middleware, Multi-Agent Systems, Mobile Agents
José Viterbo Filho, Marcelo Andrade da Gama
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where SAC
Authors José Viterbo Filho, Marcelo Andrade da Gama Malcher, Markus Endler
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