Database access on the internet using mobile agent technology
Lam, Y. and Zhang, Zili 2003, Database access on the internet using mobile agent technology, in Active media technology : proceedings of the Second International Conference on Active Media Technology, Chongqing, PR China, 29-31 May, 2003, World Scientific, Hackensack, N.J., pp. 94-101.
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Active media technology : proceedings of the Second International Conference on Active Media Technology, Chongqing, PR China, 29-31 May, 2003
Li, Jian Ping Liu, Jiming Zhong, Ning Yen, John Zhao, Jing
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Traditionally. accessing databases on the Internet is based on client/server paradigm (including web-based paradigm). However. there are some drawbacks when using the techniques. Mobile agent technology provides an excellent solution that can easily eliminate those disadvantages. By conducting a series of experiments and analyzing the experimental results, this paper presents in which circumstance mobile agents can outperform traditional client/server paradigm, and how they can overcome the shortcomings in client/server paradigm in database access on the Internet.
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