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An Effective Load Balancing through Mobile Agents using Aglet System

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  • School of Computing, SASTRA University, Thirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur - 613401Tamilnadu, India

Abstract


Background/Objectives: Security is an important feature for the communication of data in the mobile network. But, however the existing work does not satisfy the security feature of the communication of data in the network. Methods: Due to lack of security in mobile agents, there are many chances of security breach through intruders. To overcome these disadvantages, a general secured aglets system has been proposed and load balancing is achieved effectively through various models. Findings: The evolved aglet system exhibits high security under the external attackers. Hence, it distributes workload for all intermediate client users and determines various time calculations like Total run-time and Elapsed-time. Applications: Some mobile agent applications are Mobile Computing, Personal Assistant, E-commerce, Data Collection, Secure Brokering, Information Distribution, Network Security testing, Database searches and Parallel Computing.

Keywords

Aglets, Load Balancing, Mobile Agents, Security.

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