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Applications of agent technology in communications: a review . S. S. Manvi &P. Venkataram. Computer Communications, Volume 27, Issue 15 , 22 September 2004, Pages 1493-1508 . Presented by Du-Shiau Tsai. Contents. 1. Introduction 2. Agent technology

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applications of agent technology in communications a review

Applications of agent technology in communications: a review

S. S. Manvi &P. Venkataram

Computer Communications, Volume 27, Issue 15 , 22 September 2004, Pages 1493-1508

Presented by Du-Shiau Tsai

contents
Contents
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Agent technology
  • 3. Applications of single-agent systems
  • 4. Applications of multi-agent systems
  • 5. Conclusions
introduction
Introduction
  • The definition of agents
    • Agents are the autonomous programs situated within an environment (either a host or a network), which sense the environment and acts upon it to achieve their goals.
  • The special properties of agents:
    • mandatory and orthogonal (optional) properties
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Introduction
  • Mandatory properties:
    • Autonomy: agents operate without the direct intervention of humans or others, and have some kind of control over their actions and internal state;
    • Decision making: reactive or proactive decision making;
    • Temporal continuity: agents are continuously running processes;
    • Goal oriented: an agent is capable of handling a task to meet its desired goal;
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Introduction
  • orthogonal properties :
    • Mobility: agents are capable of roaming around in an electronic network;
    • Communicative: agents interact with other agents and humans;
    • Collaborative: an agent should be capable of computing the desired tasks by cooperating with other agents;
    • Learning: agents can learn the environment factors, user preferences, etc. and develop certain degree of reasoning to take intelligent decisions/actions.
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Agent technology
  • Agent technology may be classified as single-agent and multi-agent systems
    • In single-agent systems, an agent performs task, while performing a task, an agent may communicate with a user or remote system resources
    • The agents in MAS may cooperate with each other to achieve their individual goals, and also may interact with users and system resources.
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Agent technology
  • Multi-agent systems(MAS)
    • Static agents based MAS:
    • Mobile agent based MAS: The agents migrate from one machine to another to complete its task.