Mobile Agents: By William R Cockayne and Michael Zyda
- Mobile Agents by Cockayne and Zyda is the first book to provide tutorial coverage of the world of mobile agents. It discusses in detail three complete agent systems: Agents for remote access (Ara), Agent Tcl, and Telescript. In addition, it discusses Aglets workbench, a Java-based agent system.
Mobile agents:basic concepts, mobility models, and the Tracy toolkit: By Peter Braun, Wilhelm Rossak
- Summarizes the state of the art in mobile agent research, Identifies the benefits and limitations of current mobile agent technology to help developers understand the possibilities of this new field.
Mobile agents: 5th international conference, MA 2001, Atlanta, GA, USA, December 2-4, 2001 : proceedings by Gian Pietro Picco
- This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Mobile Agents, MA 2001, held in Atlanta, GA, USA in December 2001.The 18 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 75 submissions.
Security Modeling and Analysis of Mobile Agent Systems by Lu Ma, Jeffrey J.-P. Tsai
- This book introduces the concept and structure of mobile agent systems and discusses various attacks and countermeasures. The emphasis is on the formal modeling and analysis of secure mobile agent systems and their applications.
Agent technology:foundations, applications, and markets by Nicholas R. Jennings, Michael J. Wooldridge
- The book provides, for a general audience, a unique overview on agent technology applications, ranging from an introduction to the technical foundations to reports on dealing with specific agent systems in practice.