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Thread: Are mobile agents an appropriate implementation mechanism for Distributed system?

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    Default Are mobile agents an appropriate implementation mechanism for Distributed system?

    Mobile agents are self Autonomous: i.e. Agent itself decides when and where to migrate next. Applying this definition to a distributed shared memory systems where client's requests are cpu-intensive tasks, can we prefer mobile agents that can select a node itself to migrate to that node and execute client request on it. Is this a good paradigm for java based distributed application where client's requests are cpu-bounded and we let the mobile agent to choose a proper node itself.? if not then what alternatives are their in this scenario?


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    Default Re: Are mobile agents an appropriate implementation mechanism for Distributed system?

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    Default Re: Are mobile agents an appropriate implementation mechanism for Distributed system?

    plz dont reply if u dont know the answer.

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    Default Re: Are mobile agents an appropriate implementation mechanism for Distributed system?

    I don't think anyone understands the question, at least not in a Java context. What's a mobile agent? How does a mobile agent make decisions? What (physically or virtually) is migrating? What is a node?

    The context of your question is not clear, and I suspect you're attempting to apply the constraints and mitigations of a language that requires the programmer to manage memory/CPU resources (like C) to Java which may not be appropriate.

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    Default Re: Are mobile agents an appropriate implementation mechanism for Distributed system?

    ok dear! i will talk 2 u later as i have 2 leave for university1 Bye

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