Indus : An object oriented programming language for implementing distributed software agents

 
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Type: Monograph (Working Paper)

Borah, Kallol (2005) Indus : An object oriented programming language for implementing distributed software agents. Working Paper. Aumega Networks, United Kingdom.

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Abstract

Indus is a software agent platform for Ubiquitous computing. The primary components of the Indus platform comprise of a programming language to implement software agents, libraries to provide services to agents on a distributed network and run time environments to enable deployment of agents on a variety of hardware platforms starting from 8 bit devices onwards. The Indus programming language enables implementation of software agents that have the ability to coordinate with other agents and compose components using connectors.

Deposited by Mr Kallol Borah on 26 July 2005

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