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    Title: A Distributed Mobile Agent Framework for Maintaining Persistent Distance Education
    Authors: Lawrence Y. Deng;Timothy K. Shih;Teh-Sheng Huang;Yi-Chun Liao;Ying-Hong Wang;Hui-Huang Hsu
    Keywords: mobile agent;agent communication network;personal agent;distance education;distributed control
    Date: 2002-07
    Issue Date: 2009-12-03 16:31:56 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Mobile agent techniques involve distributed control if communication is required
    among different types of agents, especially when mobile agents can migrate from station
    to station. This techniques can be implemented in a distributed distance learning environment,
    which allows students or instructors to login from anywhere to a central server
    in an education center while still retaining the look-and-feel of personal setups. In this
    research paper, we propose a distributed agent framework along with its communication
    messages to facilitate mobile personal agents, which serve three different groups of distance
    education users: instructors, students, and system administrators. We propose an
    agent communication framework as well as agent evolution states of mobile agents.
    The communication architecture and message transmission protocols are illustrated.
    The system is implemented on the Windows platform to support nomadic accessibility of
    remote distance learning users. Personal data also migrate with the mobile agents, allowing
    users to maintain accessibility to some extent even when the Internet connection
    is temperately disconnected. Using user-friendly personal agents, a distance education
    platform can include different tools to meet different needs for users.
    Relation: Journal of Information Science and Engineering 18(4):489-506
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