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By Kenichi Hori, Makoto Takizawa, Michel Raynal (auth.), Alvin T. S. Chan, Stephen C. F. Chan, Hong Va Leong, Vincent T. Y. Ng (eds.)

The moment foreign Workshop on Cooperative web Computing (CIC2002) has introduced jointly researchers, teachers, and practitioners who're concerned and drawn to the improvement of complicated and rising cooperative computing applied sciences. Cooperative computing is a vital computing paradigm to allow diversified events to interact in the direction of a pre­ outlined non-trivial objective. It encompasses vital technological parts like machine supported cooperative paintings, workflow, laptop assisted layout and concurrent programming. As applied sciences proceed to boost and evolve, there's an expanding have to learn and improve new periods of middlewares and purposes to leverage at the mixed merits of web and internet to supply clients and programmers with hugely interactive and strong cooperative computing atmosphere. it's the target of this discussion board to advertise shut interactions and alternate of principles between researchers, lecturers and practitioners at the state-of-the­ paintings researches in all of those interesting components. we've partnered with Kluwer Acedamic Press this yr to convey to you a e-book compilation of the papers that have been offered on the CIC2002 workshop. the significance of the study zone is mirrored either within the caliber and volume of the submitted papers, the place each one paper was once reviewed via at the least 3 workstation individuals. consequently, we have been capable of purely settle for 14 papers for complete presentation on the workshop, whereas having to reject numerous first-class papers as a result of boundaries of this system schedule.

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Even if one replica agent is faulty, objects can be manipulated through other replica gents. If an agent leaves an object server after manipulating objects, the agent releases the objects. e. unrecoverable. In order to overcome the difficulty, a surrogate agent for an agent is created and is left on the object server when the agent leaves the server. The surrogate agent holds the objects until the agent commits or aborts. In addition, a surrogate agent recreates an agent if the agent is faulty.

Thus, mobile agents can be still operational as long as at least one object server where the agents can be performed is operational. Agents can be divided into subagents which are performed in parallel. In addition, agents can be replicated and each replica agent is independently performed. Even if one replica agent is faulty, objects can be manipulated through other replica gents. If an agent leaves an object server after manipulating objects, the agent releases the objects. e. unrecoverable. In order to overcome the difficulty, a surrogate agent for an agent is created and is left on the object server when the agent leaves the server.

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