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Wireless networks are an ideal environment for mobile agents, because
their mobility allows them to move across an unreliable link to reside
on a wired host, next to or closer to the resources they need to use.
Furthermore, client-specific data transformations can be moved across
the wireless link, and run on a wired gateway server, with the goal of
reducing bandwidth demands. In this paper we examine the tradeoffs
faced when deciding whether to use mobile agents to support a
data-filtering application, in which numerous wireless clients filter
information from a large data stream arriving across the wired
network. We develop an analytical model and use parameters from our
own experiments to explore the model's implications.
In August 2000 a revised version appeared in the International
Workshop on Modeling and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems
(MSWiM 2000). In October 2000 a further revised version appeared as
Dartmouth Technical Report TR2000-377, and was submitted to the
journal Mobile Networks and Applications (ACM MONET).
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David Kotz, Guofei Jiang, Robert S. Gray, George Cybenko, and Ronald A. Peterson, "Performance Analysis of Mobile Agents for Filtering Data Streams on Wireless Networks." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2000-366, May 2000.
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