Fritz Knabe's Research Publications


Andrew Grimshaw, Adam Ferrari, Frederick Knabe, and Marty Humphrey, Wide-Area Computing: Resource Sharing on a Large Scale. IEEE Computer, 32(5):29-37, May 1999.


Ferrari, A.J., Knabe, F.C., Humphrey, M., Chapin, S.J., and Grimshaw, A.S., A Flexible Security System for Metacomputing Environments. In 7th International Conference on High-Performance Computing and Networking Europe (HPCN'99).

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Frederick Knabe. Performance-oriented implementation strategies for a mobile agent language. In Mobile Object Systems, Christian Tschudin and Jan Vitek, editors, number 1222 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, pages 229-243, 1997. Springer-Verlag.

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Frederick Knabe. An overview of mobile agent programming. Invited paper, Proceedings of the Fifth LOMAPS Workshop on Analysis and Verification of Multiple-Agent Languages, number 1192 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Stockholm, Sweden, June, 1996. Springer-Verlag.

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Frederick C. Knabe. Language Support for Mobile Agents, December 1995, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA 15213, USA. PhD dissertation.

Also available from Carnegie Mellon as Technical Report CMU-CS-95-223. An identical version was previously available from the European Computer Industry Reseach Centre, Munich, Germany, as Technical Report ECRC-95-36.

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Frederick Knabe. A distributed protocol for channel-based communication with choice. Computers and Artificial Intelligence, 12(5):475-490, 1993. An extended version was previously available as Technical Report ECRC-92-16 from the European Computer-Industry Research Centre, Munich, Germany, June 1992.

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Bent Thomsen, Lone Leth, Sanjiva Prasad, Tsung-Min Kuo, Andre Kramer, Fritz Knabe, and Alessandro Giacalone. Facile Antigua Release programming guide. Previously available as Technical Report ECRC-93-20, European Computer-Industry Research Centre, Munich, Germany, December 1993.

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Frederick Knabe. A distributed protocol for channel-based communication with choice. In Proceedings of PARLE '92 (Parallel Architectures and Languages Europe), number 605 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 947-948, Paris, France, June 1992. Springer-Verlag. Poster.


Frederick Knabe. Distributed channels and threads in SML. In Robert Harper, editor, Third International Workshop on Standard ML, September 1991. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.

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