Mobile Multi-agent Systems for the Internet-of-Things and Clouds Using the JavaScript Agent Machine Platform and Machine Learning as a Service

Published on Aug 1, 2016
· DOI :10.1109/FiCloud.2016.43
Stefan Bosse4
Estimated H-index: 4
(University of Bremen)
The Internet-of-Things (IoT) gets real in today's life and is becoming part of pervasive and ubiquitous computing networks offering distributed and transparent services. A unified and common data processing and communication methodology is required to merge the IoT, sensor networks, and Cloud-based environments seamless, which can be fulfilled by the mobile agent-based computing paradigm, discussed in this work. Currently, portability, resource constraints, security, and scalability of Agent Processing Platforms (APP) are essential issues for the deployment of Multi-agent Systems (MAS) in strong heterogeneous networks including the Internet, addressed in this work. To simplify the development and deployment of MAS it would be desirable to implement agents directly in JavaScript, which is a well known and public widespread used programming language, and JS VMs are available on all host platforms including WEB browsers. The novel proposed JS Agent Machine (JAM) is capable to execute AgentJS agents in a sandbox environment with full run-time protection and Machine learning as a service. Agents can migrate between different JAM nodes seamless preserving their data and control state by using a on-the-fly code-to-text transformation in an extended JSON+ format. A Distributed Organization System (DOS) layer provides JAM node connectivity and security in the Internet, completed by a Directory-Name Service offering an organizational graph structure. Agent authorization and platform security is ensured with capability-based access and different agent privilege levels.
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Mar 6, 2014 in ICAART (International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence)
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