Aglets is a Java mobile agent platform and library that eases the development of agent based applications. An aglet is a Java agent able to autonomously and spountanously move from one host to another. Originally developed at the IBM Tokio Research Laboratory, the Aglets technology is now hosted at as open source project, where it is distributed under the IBM Public License. Aglets is completely made in Java, granting an high portability of both the agents and the platform. Aglets includes both a complete Java mobile agent platform, with a stand-alone server called Tahiti, and a library that allows developer to build mobile agents and to embed the Aglets technology in their applications.

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  1. Braghin, Chiara; Sharygina, Natasha; Barone-Adesi, Katerina: A model checking-based approach for security policy verification of mobile systems (2011)
  2. Malik, Zaki; Bouguettaya, Athman: Rater credibility assessment in web services interactions (2009) ioport
  3. Shin, M.; Mun, J.; Lee, K.; Jung, M.: r-FrMS: a relation-driven fractal organisation for distributed manufacturing systems (2009)
  4. Momeni, Mohsen; Zamanifar, Kamran: A dynamic multi agent-based approach to parallelizing genetic algorithm (2008)
  5. Tanaka, Youhei; Hayashibara, Naohiro; Enokido, Tomoya; Takizawa, Makoto: A mobile agent model for fault-tolerant manipulation on distributed objects (2007) ioport
  6. Artail, Hassan; Kahale, Elie: MAWS: a platform-independent framework for mobile agents using Web services (2006)
  7. Evripidou, Paraskevas; Samaras, George: Metacomputing with mobile agents (2006)
  8. Meng, Xiangsong; Han, Fengwu: Design on PKI-based anonymous mobile agent security in e-commerce (2006)
  9. Ryu, K.; Yücesan, E.; Jung, M.: Dynamic restructuring process for self-reconfiguration in the fractal manufacturing system (2006)
  10. Wu, Richard S. L.; Wong, Allan K. Y.; Dillon, Tharam S.: (\text\textsfCACHE_\text\textsfRP): A novel dynamic cache size tuning model working with relative object popularity for fast web information retrieval (2006) ioport
  11. Schmid, Andreas; Quah, Tong-Seng: Synergetic integration of Aglets and E-speak in E-commerce (2003)
  12. Wang, ChangJie; Zhang, FangGuo; Wang, YuMin: Secure Web transaction with anonymous mobile agent over Internet (2003)
  13. Yau, Stanley M. T.; Leong, Hong Va; Si, Antonio: Distributed agent environment: application and performance. (2003) ioport
  14. Fuhrer, Patrik; Mostéfaoui, Ghita Kouadri; Pasquier-Rocha, Jacques: MaDViWorld: a software framework for massively distributed virtual worlds (2002)
  15. Hennessy, Matthew; Riely, James: Resource access control in systems of mobile agents (2002)
  16. Lu, Zhengding; Li, Chunlin; Li, Layuan: Coordinating mobile agents by the XML-based tuple space (2002)
  17. Ono, Kouichi; Tai, Hideki: A security scheme for Aglets (2002)
  18. Wong, Allan K. Y.; Lin, Wilfred W. K.; Ip, May T. W.; Dillon, Tharam S.: Genetic algorithm and PID control. Together for dynamic anticipative marginal buffer management: An effective approach to enhance dependability and performance for distributed mobile object-based real-time computing over the internet. (2002)
  19. Corradini, Andrea; Dotti, Fernando Luís; Ribeiro, Leila: A graph transformation view on the specification of applications using mobile code (2001)
  20. Dantas, M. A. R.; Lopes, F. M.: Improving load balancing in a parallel cluster environment using mobile agents (2001)

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