This study presents an evaluation process of performance optimization between two different approaches based on mobile agent's technology. Results are simulated using wireless environment network in which different mobile agents communicate through performance messaging model. The environment involves set of master mobile agents working on clients, set of slave agents and communication messaging scheme. The first approach utilized a stationary agent that records slave response time for one message sent by a master agent. The stationary agent carries out a mathematical model based on Vogel's Approximation Method (VAM) and finally it computes the optimized time and distributes messages among master agents to their slaves. The second approach is studied via a computing agent that utilizes an Assignment Computation Development Method (ACDM) that computes the final minimized time. This approach carries out an algorithm and is analyzed by comparing optimality between agents.
Faiz Al Shrouf, Hesham Abusaimeh, Khalil Al Shqeerat and Mahmoud Omari, 2012. Evaluating Time Performance Optimization Analysis for Mobile Agent Message Communication Using Assignment Computing Agent. Journal of Applied Sciences, 12: 1290-1296.