Managing security within heterogeneous wireless communication systems

O. Lazaro de Barrio, J. Irvine, D. Girma, J. Dunlop

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As agents are considered as part of a mobile network solution, either to provide advanced services to users or to assist in network management, innovative and flexible architectures must be provided for them to operate within. The Common Agent Location and Execution Environment (CALExE) provides such an environment and has a number of security issues and features that need to be addressed. This paper presents a mapping of a security model into a management system architecture, CALExE, to provide the necessary security features. The proposed frameworks have been developed as a result of the Software Based Systems activities within the Mobile VCE Core 2 program.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventCommunication Systems and Networks 2003 - Benalmadena, Spain
Duration: 8 Sep 200310 Sep 2003


ConferenceCommunication Systems and Networks 2003
Abbreviated titleCSN 2003


  • software agents
  • management
  • heterogeneous systems
  • managing security
  • heterogeneous
  • wireless communication systems

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