Saqalli M.,ENSEM School |
Medromi H.,Hassan II University
International Review on Computers and Software | Year: 2011
The real-time computer systems became present in numerous business sectors today: in the industry of production, the aeronautics, the sector of the new economy, the treatment and the routing of the information (video, data, remote piloting, virtual reality, etc.). These last ones try hard, through advanced mathematical theories, of more elaborated Computing solutions and rigorous temporal constraints. In this paper we propose a new approach multi-platform called " Timer " for the distributed architectures multi-agents. This approach is validated and implemented on platforms with the systems multi-agent. The objective of this Timer is to verify the capacity of every agent of the platform to perceive its environment and to elaborate an answer in required time. This new approach can control several SMA (develop it c, c or Java) situated in different operating systems (Windows or Linux) and rejoinder on several machines. © 2011 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. - All rights reserved.
Senhaji Y.,ENSEM School |
Medromi H.,Hassan II University |
Tallal S.,Hassan II University
International Review on Computers and Software | Year: 2015
The objective of this paper is to present an open source free standalone Network IDS achieved by an ARDUINO YUN board and study its effectiveness. To do this we develop a Python IDS using raw sockets and then we embark it on our board. To assess our IDS response time, we develop an Arduino simulator for intrusion attack. Using this simulator we carry out several attacks and we note the different detection times. To evaluate these detection times we conduct using the same simulator attacks on the same network and in the same conditions but using a software IDS developed with Visual C ++ using the PCAP library. The detection times of the software IDS are compared with those of the standalone IDS. We note that the standalone IDS response times are better than the software IDS. © 2015 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. -All rights reserved.
Benaissa S.,ENSEM School |
El Bakkali M.,ENSEM School |
Medromi H.,Hassan II University
International Journal on Communications Antenna and Propagation | Year: 2012
Agents are systems acting on some environment, including their minds. In this case, their action consists of taking decisions, manipulating information, etc. More generally, they act on the physical or social environment producing transitions from one state to another. In this contribution, agents are essentially autonomous, operate without the direct intervention of humans or others, and have some kind of control over their actions and internal state. Agents can be placed on a continuous dimension of autonomy, as several intermediate cases occur between full autonomy and full slavery. Indeed, limited autonomy is the paradigmatic case of humans. Sources of limited autonomy can be found both in resource scarcity and in agents sharing a common environment. Due to resource scarcity agents may not possess all of the means needed for achieving their goals Robots, unlike many software, multi-agents systems operate under real-world, real-time constraints where sensors and effectors with specific physical characteristics need to be controlled. To facilitate research in autonomous robotics and help architecture designers in managing the complexity of embodied agents, in this paper an autonomous robot control architecture have been developed that support various aspects of the agent development process, ranging from the design of an agent architecture, to its implementation on robot hardware, to executing it on the robot. © 2012 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. - All rights reserved.