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Synonyms for aglet

metal or plastic sheath over the end of a shoelace or ribbon

ornamental tagged cord or braid on the shoulder of a uniform

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Thirteen lace chapes (also called aglets or aiglets), one with the remnants of lace still inside the tube, together with fragments of garments with eyelets show the use of some of the laces as fastening strings.
In our study, we used Aglets in the server part and the cloud computing part, because Aglets it has specified in mobility than the other platforms, with this for the use of the advantages of the mobiles agents, where the mobile agents offer several advantages improving the performance of distributed applications.
The Aglet Repair Tool provides its users with an efficient and convenient method of replacing broken or missing aglets.
Examples are AgentSpace [14], Aglets [15], Concordia [16] and Jumping Beans (www.
Programming and Deploying Java Mobile Agents with Aglets.
The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called AGLETS.
Existen muchos entornos de desarrollo de plataformas Multiagentes tanto no comerciales como comerciales: JADE, ZEUS, Tryllan, Aglets Software Development Kit, Ajanta, FIPA-OS Grasshopper, etc.
The plastic bits on the end of shoelaces are called aglets.
Telomeres are caps at the ends of chromosomes that protect genetic information throughout life, much in the way that plastic tips (called aglets for Scrabble enthusiasts) protect shoelaces.
Las tecnologias utilizadas fueron: Arquitectura ARAMCEL, plataforma de Agentes Moviles Aglets [2], lenguaje de programacion Java, proveedor de seguridad Cryptix y motor de base de datos relacional MySql.
The plastic on the end of shoelaces are called aglets
One reason is the technology push of a growing standardized communication infrastructure--the internet, the World Wide Web, EDI, HTML, KQML, FIPA, XML, JAVA, ODYSSEY, VOYAGER, CONCORDIA, AGLETS, and so on--over which separately designed agents belonging to different organizations can interact in an open environment in real time and safely carry out transactions (Sandholm and Ferrandon 2000).
These function somewhat like the aglets on the ends of shoelaces that keep them from unraveling.
Aglets [Lange and Oshima 98], Voyager [ObjectSpace Corp.
Access control lists are a well-known feature of Aglets [8].