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We have designed and implemented autonomous software agents.
Autonomous software agents navigate independently through a
heterogeneous network. They are capable of sensing the network
configuration, monitoring software conditions, and interacting with
other agents. Autonomous agents are implemented as transportable
programs, e.g., programs that are capable of suspending
execution, moving to a different machine, and starting from where they
left off. We illustrate the intelligent behavior of autonomous agents
in the context of distributed information-gathering tasks.
Revised version to appear in AAAI '96 Workshop on Intelligent Adaptive
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Robert S. Gray, Daniela Rus, and David Kotz, "Transportable Information Agents." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report PCS-TR96-278, February 1996.
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