In many software systems, it is advantageous to decompose the processing into relatively independent software agents. In some cases, the decomposition is imposed because different users participate in a decision process. In others, it is required in order to balance the computational load to several processors. At the LIA, research into software agents focuses above all on the decomposition aspect: how can a problem solving process be decomposed so that the agents become as independent as possible?
- Reliable Quality of Service Monitoring Based on Client Feedback
- CASCOM (Context-aware Business Application Service Co-ordination in Mobile Computing Environments)
- Knowledge Web
- Data, Information, and Process Integration with Semantic Web Services (DIP)
- AgentCities @ LIA (our contribution to the AgentCities project)
- CCL - Choice Constraint Language
- JATlite-ACL - agent development package
- MACH - MArket meCHanism for selling on-demand IP bandwidth
- IMMuNe - Resource Allocation in Telecom Networks
- ICCS - Information, communication and collaboration environment for the Swiss AEC industry.
- Resource allocation in communication networks