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Mobile agents are programs that can migrate from machine to machine in
a heterogeneous, partially disconnected network. As mobile agents move
across a network, they consume resources. We discuss a system for
controlling the activities of mobile agents that uses electronic cash,
a banking system, and a set of resource managers. We describe
protocols for transactions between agents. We present fixed-pricing
and dynamic-pricing policies for resources. We focus on and analyze
the sealed-bid second-price auction as a mechanism for dynamic
A revised version appeared in the conference Autonomous Agents '98.
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Jonathan Bredin, David Kotz, and Daniela Rus, "Market-based Resource Control for Mobile Agents." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report PCS-TR97-326, November 1997.
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