Mobile TuCSoN: theoretical and technological requirements for TuCSoN's porting over Android mobile devices


Antonio Pedone

Communication and coordination are two key-aspects in open distributed agent system, being both responsible for the system’s behaviour integrity. An infrastructure capable to handling these issues, like TuCSoN, should to be able to exploit modern technologies and tools provided by fast software engineering contexts.
 Thesis aims to demonstrate TuCSoN infrastructure’s abilities to cope new possibilities, hardware and software, offered by mobile technology. The scenarios are going to configure, are related to the distributed nature of multi-agent systems where an agent should be located and runned just on a mobile device.
 We deal new mobile technology frontiers concerned with smartphones using Android operating system by Google.
 Analysis and deployment of a distributed agent-based system so described go first to impact with quality and quantity considerations about available resources. Engineering issue at the base of our research is to use TuCSoN against to reduced memory and computing capability of a smartphone, without the loss of functionality, efficiency and integrity for the infrastructure.
 Thesis work is organized on two fronts simultaneously: the former is the rationalization process of the available hardware and software resources, the latter, totally orthogonal, is the adaptation and optimization process about TuCSoN architecture for an ad-hoc client side release.

Tags: TuCSoN Android

Thesis

Mobile TuCSoN: theoretical and technological requirements for TuCSoN's porting over Android mobile devices

— author

Antonio Pedone

Supervision

— supervisor

Andrea Omicini

— co-supervisor

Elena Nardini, Enrico Denti

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second-cycle thesis

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Dates

— available since

02/03/2011

— activity started

09/03/2011

— degree date

21/07/2011

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— AMS Laurea

2438

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