By Colin G. Harrison (auth.), David Kotz, Friedemann Mattern (eds.)
This booklet constitues the refereed lawsuits of the second one overseas Symposium on Agent platforms and purposes and the Fourth foreign Symposium on cellular brokers, ASA/MA 2000 held in Z?rich, Switzerland in September 2000. The 20 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 107 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on migration, safeguard matters, platforms and functions, cellular agent purposes, functions of multi-agent platforms, conversation and mobility keep watch over, cooperation and interplay.
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The size of the source code is around 5000 lines. All the benchmark programs were generated as standalone applications in advance by this transformer. 1 Elapsed Time for Bytecode Transformation Table 1. 2, Sun UltraSPARC 168MHz) Table 1 shows the times consumed by our transformer to analyze and transform all methods of the sample programs, where 201 compress is a benchmark program included in SpecJVM98. These elapsed times are rather small, but our bytecode analyzer needs at least the same costs of bytecode veriﬁcation.
Stata and Abadi’s type system has only three kinds of types: an integer type, a reference type and a return address type. We have to add primitive types, and the notions of inheritance and subtyping to reference types. In order to pass a bytecode veriﬁer, our bytecode transformer has to know the most speciﬁc type of a value when the value is restored from a state object. Exception. Since Stata and Abadi’s type system lacks the mechanism of throwing and catching exceptions, we have to add a facility of handling exceptions.
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