Agent Systems, Mobile Agents, and Applications: Second by Colin G. Harrison (auth.), David Kotz, Friedemann Mattern

By Colin G. Harrison (auth.), David Kotz, Friedemann Mattern (eds.)

This booklet constitues the refereed complaints of the second one foreign Symposium on Agent platforms and purposes and the Fourth overseas Symposium on cellular brokers, ASA/MA 2000 held in Z?rich, Switzerland in September 2000. The 20 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 107 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on migration, safety concerns, platforms and purposes, cellular agent purposes, purposes of multi-agent structures, communique and mobility keep watch over, cooperation and interplay.

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16 28 Takahiro Sakamoto et al. 10. Tim Lindholm and Frank Yellin. The Java Virtual Machine Specification Second Edition. Addison-Wesley, 1999. 19 11. Andrew C. Myers. JFlow: Practical Mostly-Static Information Flow Control. In Proceedings of the 26th ACM SIGPLAN-SIGACT on Principles of Programming Languages, pages 228–241, January 1999. 18 12. Voyager Core Package Technical Overview, 1997. ObjectSpace Inc. 16 13. Tatsurou Sekiguchi, Hidehiko Masuhara, and Akinori Yonezawa. A Simple Extension of Java Language for Controllable Transparent Migration and its Portable Implementation.

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The execution states of a method consist of (1) a program counter, (2) valid local (frame) variables, and (3) valid entries in the operand stack. The execution states of the methods are encoded into a data structure. Note that we assume that each method is transformed so that it can save its execution state when a special exception is thrown. When a migration is in operation, an exception is thrown. If a method captures the exception, the method stores its execution state to a newly created state object defined for each method, and then it propagates the exception to the caller of the method.

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