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  • Tutorial: Mobile Software Agents for Dynamic Routing 2/13/00 Who points to it? 45 - Tutorial: Mobile Software Agents for Dynamic Routing, Mobile Computing and CommunicationsReview, v3n2, Kwin Kramer, Nelson Minar, Pattie Maes. As portable digital devices of all kinds proliferate, wireless networks that allow for flexible, timely and efficient datacommunication become more and more important. Networks for mobile devices are quite difficult to design forseveral reasons, chief among them the problem of routing packets across networks characterized by constantlychanging topology. In this article we describe ways to address the routing problem using a new technique fordistributed programming, mobile software agents.

  • Tutorial on Agent Communication Languages 2/5/00 Who points to it? 33 - Tutorial on Agent Communication Languages Tim Finin and Yannis Labrou, University of Maryland Baltimore County, First InternationalSymposium on Agent Systems and Applications and the Third International Symposium on Mobile Agents, ASA/MA'99, (featuring theThird Dartmouth Workshop on Transportable Agents), October 3 - 6, 1999, Rancho Las Palmas Marriott Resort and Spa, PalmSprings, California, U.S.A. (approximately 1M).

  • Long Tutorial Notes on Software Agents 1/2/00 Who points to it? 640 - A tutorial on software agents presented by PAttie Maes at CHI97.

  • User-Adaptive Systems: An Integrative Overview 2/7/00 Who points to it? 17 - slides of the tutorial User-Adaptive Systems: An Integrative Overview,which was presented by Anthony Jameson (University of Saarbr├╝cken) at UM99, the Seventh International Conference on User Modeling, on June 20th, 1999, inBanff, Canada.

  • Agents-While-You-Wait 2/7/00 Who points to it? 23 - A tutorial by Van Parunak given at PAAM'99 including: lf-Organizing Behavior: Principles of self-organizing systems,The What and Why of Agents: Definitions and Motivations, andThe How of Agents: Architectural alternatives and design decisions.

  • Machine Learning over Natural Language Documents 2/7/00 Who points to it? 21 - A tutorial by Tom Mitchell (CMU) from 1997.

  • Software Agents and the Future of Electronic Commerce 1/2/00 Who points to it? 633 - Pattie Maes, 1998

  • Foundation of BDI Systems (Georgeff) 2/13/00 Who points to it? 27 - Slides by Michael Georgeff (AAII) presented at EPFL in 1999.

  • Uncertainty, Change, and Limited Resources 2/13/00 Who points to it? 26 - Slides by Michael Georgeff (AAII) presented at EPFL in 1999.

  • BDI Agents in Practice 2/13/00 Who points to it? 35 - Slides by Michael Georgeff (AAII) presented at EPFL in 1999.

  • Intelligent Interface Agents (Lieberman) 2/13/00 Who points to it? 46 - A 148 slide tutorial on intelligent interface agents by Henry Lieberman of MIT from November 1998.

  • Mobile Agents in Distributed Computing (Cybenko/Gray) 2/18/00 Who points to it? 23 - A tutorial by George Cybenko and Robert Gray presented at IPPS/SPDP'99 (gzipped PowerPoint). Mobile agents and mobile code are a new paradigm for distributed computing that complements such technologies as distributed objects, remotecompute servers, and distributed programming systems such as PVM and MPI. After outlining the need for mobile-agent systems and surveying existingsystems, the tutorial will provide an in-depth presentation of a particular system called D'Agents. Examples of its use will be detailed, and future trends formobile-agent systems will be discussed.

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