Intelligent Agents for Telecommunication Applications: Second International Workshop, IATA'98, Paris, France, July 4-7, 1998, Proceedings (Google eBook)

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Sahin Albayrak, Francisco J. Garijo
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 24, 1998 - Computers - 249 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Intelligent Agents for Telecommunication Applications, IATA'98, held in Paris, France, in July 1998, in conjunction with the 1998 Agents World Conference.
The book presents 17 revised full papers carefully selected for inclusion in the volume. The book is divided into topical sections on network architecture, network configuration and planning, network optimization, network management, agent-based architectures for service applications.
  

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Contents

A Dynamic Hierarchy of Intelligent Agents for Network Management
1
Application to the Antenna Parameter Setting Problem
17
Scalable Service Deployment on Highly Populated Networks
29
Heterogeneous MultiAgent Architecture for ATM Virtual Path Network Resource Configuration
45
Routing in Telecommunications Networks with AntLike Agents
60
Network Configuration Management in Heterogeneous ATM Environments
72
AgentBased Schemes for PlugandPlay Network Components
89
Dynamic Resource Allocation by MarketBased Routing in Telecommunications Networks
102
An AgentBased Network Control Architecture
142
Agent Metaphors for Analysing Telematic Services
156
Multiagent Testbed and an Agent Launch Tool for Diverse Seamless Personal Information Networking Applications
171
Agent Negotiation for Supporting Personal Mobility
190
Development of a Multiagent System for Cooperative Work with Network Negotiation Capabilities
204
Building Intelligent Agents on Middleware
220
Open Scalable Agent Architecture for Telecommunication Applications
233
Author Index
251

The Application of Intelligent and Mobile Agents to the Management of Software Problems in Telecommunications
118
Distributed Fault Location in Networks Using Mobile Agents
130

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