Agent Technology in Monitoring Systems

Bogdan Pătruţ, Cosmin Tomozei


The aim of this paper is to make a brief presentation of the results obtained by the authors regarding agent technology application in distributed monitoring systems development. Consequently, we would like to present MAgeLan and ContTest as monitoring systems based on intelligent agents technology. Formal aspects regarding intelligent agents will be mentioned. Quantitative issues concerning efficiency, maintenance and reengineering are also to be taken into account.


intelligent agents, distributed systems; monitoring systems; hyper-encyclopedia, reengineering

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