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Soldier in the field launches mobile agent which jumps through wireless links to the data source; No long-lived connection. Resource Control in Large-Scale Mobile-Agent Systems David Kotz, George Cybenko, Daniela Rus, Robert Gray Dartmouth College. Mobile agents:

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Soldier in the field

launches mobile agent

which jumps through wireless links

to the data source;

No long-lived connection.

Resource Control in

Large-Scale Mobile-Agent Systems

David Kotz, George Cybenko, Daniela Rus, Robert Gray

Dartmouth College

  • Mobile agents:
  • Mobile agents are programs that can jump from host to host at times and to places of their own choosing.
  • Mobile agents have the potential to save bandwidth, reduce latency, and increase server availability for many applications.
  • Useful in several military scenarios (see other posters).

Mobile

agent

Data

source

Mobile

agent

Mobile

agent

  • Results (see other posters):
  • Mobile-agent systems can scale well, and we know how to do it.
  • Mobile-agent systems can interoperate through CoABS Grid.
  • Market-based control can allocate resources to traveling agents, and agents can plan their usage effectively and efficiently.
  • Models of bandwidth savings show when to use mobile agents in wireless networks.

GMAS Agent

Grid Message

D'Agent

Demonstration Scenario

Telephone Intercept Database (NOMADS & GMAS)

BGW Database

(EMAA & GMAS)

DB Query: Phone Intercepts for listed Suspects

DB Queries:

Suspects in the AO

Phone Intercept Info

Relevant Phone Intercepts

Task Force HQ

(D'Agents & Grid)

Position Updates

Position

Updates

US Platoon (D'Agents)

UK Platoon

(NOMADS)

  • Future:
  • Extensive performance enhancements, more scalability experiments.
  • Models of more complex scenarios.
  • Fleet Battle Experiment (2001).
  • Increased interoperability: agents that can jump through any cooperating mobile-agent platform.

U2

Starlight

Rivet Joint

Predator

Global Hawk

ATARS

Ship Local-Area Network is congested!

USS Coronado

w/o Agents

Agents: Selective Updates

Experiment: Model and compare agent vs. broadcast approaches

Broadcast

Multiple Systems and Operators – Diverse Needs

3rd Fleet

For more information see http://agent.cs.dartmouth.edu/CoABS/