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Title: Implementation of Mobile Agent Architecture for E- Commerce Application for Mobile Devices
Authors: Lokhande, P. S.
Keywords: Staff Publication - SoET
Staff Publication - CO
Issue Date: Dec-2013
Publisher: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology (IJARCET)
Citation: Vol.2 (No.12). Pg.3033-3041
Abstract: “Mobility” is a term which newly acclaimed with the increased used on mobile devices. To support business application on remote places this proposed architecture helped by a mobile intelligent agent. By using mobile devices, buyers or sellers can create a mobile intelligent agent; the ability of mobile migration (mobility) on internet agents can do the business on behalf of buyers & seller. Mobile agents are beneficial to do the business anytime and anywhere. Searching for appropriate trader and negotiating with the trader is handled by mobile agent which reduce the time consuming task of the user. As we know that mobile devices owns the limited bandwidth connections with greater expenses. The proposed system architecture can address the problem of expensive connection with limited bandwidth. After launching mobile intelligent agent through network, seller/buyer can disconnect from mobile devices and later on can reconnect to devices for the results. For moving across the network; FIPA standardization provides flexibility & increase interoperability among other agent systems and scalability is provided by proposing system architecture. As per market survey; with compared to other mobile operating system, Android captured 80% market share worldwide for that reason the proposed system is designed for Android mobile devices. For delegating of human users (Buyers / Sellers) on the distributed system environment agents are created and by the migration process on the internet the agents can handle the shopping job on behalf of them and generate the results. The proposed system is demonstrated by C# (Server side) and Android application development tool (Client side). The proposed article helps to understand the proposed system architecture and operation of mobile agents in the system.
ISSN: 2278 – 1323
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