JAM: The JavaScript Agent Machine. Heterogeneous information networks require a unified agent processing platform, which can be deployed on a wide variety of host platforms, ranging from embedded devices, mobile devices, to desktop and server computers. E.g., in a seismic network some measuring stations are attached to buoy or installed on small islands, equipped only with low-power low-resource computers. To enable seamless integration of mobile MAS in Web and Cloud environments, agents are implemented in JavaScript (JS), executed by the JS Agent Machine (JAM), implemented entirely in JS, too. JAM can be executed on any JavaScript engine, including browser engines (Mozilla’s SpiderMonkey), or from command line interface (CLI) using node.js (based on V8) or jxcore (V8 or SpiderMonkey), or a low-resource engine JVM.

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  1. Timotheus Kampik, Juan Carlos Nieves: JS-son - A Lean, Extensible JavaScript Agent Programming Library (2020) arXiv