Resource Allocation Problem Using Adaptive Mobile NIT Final Year Topics for CSE Students

Introduction to Resource Allocation Problem Using Adaptive Mobile Project Topics:

A program naming mobile agent is based on autonomous movement and it migrates from machine to machine through a heterogeneous network. It interacts with services on each machine to perform the task desired by the user on his behalf. The environment in which the mobile agent operates keeps on changing because it keeps on moving from in a heterogenous network from one machine to the other. Adjusting in a dynamic environment and compatible with sudden changes are some of the main issues of this system.

There are different models designed for this system and adaptive mobile agent is one of them. This mobile agent creates a platform that helps in the migration features, tracking, adaptation and collaboration among the agents. Using the resource allocation problem this model has been tested thoroughly and as a part of the continuation of this work several other features like the courts of various mitigation, load condition that affects the system’s behavior etc. there is an existing phase in this continuation and that is instead of using a stimulator in order to simulate the condition of the environment for the system agent we can use a real network environment.

Different distributions can be used in order to simulate the tasks arrive in the simulator and this is one of the proposals for any continuation experiment. A study can be conducted to find out the distribution that competes easily with the conditions of the real network closely. Another work that can be done in the future is to change the simulator designs.

The current simulator is based on static design that means no changes can be made in the parameters of the simulation once the agent start the simulation process. A proposal is made to make this static based simulator to a dynamic one so that the parameter value can be changed as per required.

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