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mAgent Framework

July 1, 2004
Laurent Weichberger, Principal Innovator

mAgent Framework consists of distinct components as follows.

1. The J2ME components: A Java client side application (for small devices) which allows the user to program software agent(s) to accomplish certain tasks. These components would save programmed settings and encapsulate orders, transfer the orders to the live agent (on the server side) and await a confirmation that orders were received and accepted. When the agent (on the server) is ready to report, the client side components will download results and display them to the user, prompting further options. A parallel version for client side (large device) will be available as well.

2. The J2EE component: A Java web application serving as container and services for the actual software agent functionality. Each agent on the server has certain core functionality such as (email, fax, phone, etc.) which all users would be able to program. For example, all users would be able to create email messages on the client side, and program each message for a send date and time, and upload them to their agent(s) which are responsible for sending the emails per the programmed specifications. Additional functionality will be added (allowable tasks) as we establish alliance relationships with vendors. For example, when we establish a relationship with we will have a direct mAgent mechanism at Amazon for authorized agents to buy materials. The mAgent system relies upon a combination of Activants and Passivants to achieve a stated goal. For example, two “Activants” (i.e. Amazon) alone with the user's purchase “Activant” (i.e. Amex credit card) could acquire a single “Passivant” (i.e. the book “A Mirage Will Never Quench Your Thirst”) and make sure it arrives at the intended Passivant (i.e. the right physical address). See Figure 1. below.

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3. A web interface: direct connection to user agents (on the server side). For those users who prefer a large device browser, they can connect via a secure web interface, directly to mAgent. Wireless devices are not required. For those who do already have a wireless device, this provides yet another way to manage agents.

4. All mAgent component and container classes are provided for customization as an extensible framework, based on the nature of the contract. For a comprehensive list of classes and documentation, please contact us.

5. End users will have the mAgent application itself for programming of their agents through ultra simple interfaces, or more complex interfaces for the advanced user. For more information about the mAgent product, please contact us.

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