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A networking architecture for mobility services using mobile agent approach

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3 Author(s)
Choong Seon Hong ; Telecommun. Networks Res. Lab., Korea Telecom, Daejon, South Korea ; Y. Koga ; Y. Matsushita

We propose a scalable service networking architecture as a TINA-like environment for providing various mobility services. The proposed architecture provides an environment that enables the advent of service providers and rapidly introduces multimedia applications, considering network scalability. For supporting customized mobility services, this architecture adopts a new service component, which we call Omnipresent Personal Environment Manager (OpeMgr). In order to support mobile users who move between heterogeneous networks, for instance, between the TINA-like environment and the Internet environment, we propose a structure of a gateway. In addition, the proposed architecture uses the fixed and mobile agent approaches for supporting the user's mobility and we evaluated their performance comparing those approaches

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Global Convergence of Telecommunications and Distributed Object Computing, 1997. Proceedings., TINA 97

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17-20 Nov 1997