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"jfipa - an Architecture for Agent-based Grid Computing"

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Authors: A. Tveit

Abstract:
With the increasing focus on grid development, there is a need for proper abstractions for modelling grid applications. Viewed from a distributed AI perspective the most suitable abstraction is the concept of agents. In this paper an agent-based architecture for grid computing is considered. The architecture enables routing and handling of FIPA ACL messages.

Keywords: Grid Computing, FIPA, Software Agents, Intelligent routing, Scalability

Bibtex Citation:

@Proceedings{2002:AISB:Tveit,
      author    = {Amund Tveit},
      title     = "{jfipa - an Architecture for Agent-based Grid Computing}",
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the Symposium of AI and Grid Computing, AISB Convention},
      month     = {April},
      year      = {2002},
      publisher = {AISB} 	
}

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