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No final exam - well, that's the way I like it !
Nevertheless, I had to write a well-documented intelligent agent in Java and evaluate of the other students' agent.

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Und den bekomme ich für gewöhnlich aus Büchern ...
Wer Interesse daran hat, dass meine Kreativität nicht versiegt, der kann mir eine große Freude bereiten, indem er mir einen kleinen Teil meines Amazon-  Wunschzettels erfüllt.
Was ich bereits besitze, das steht hier.

Crossover

Zu folgenden Vorlesungen sind meine Lösungen online abrufbar:
Advanced Data Comm.
Advanced Image Synthesis
Benutzerschnittstellen
Betriebssysteme
CMMI
Computergrafik
CORBA Component Model
Datenbanken
Digital Graphics
ERP-Systeme
Game Programming
Geoinformationssysteme
Intelligent Agents
Kommunikationssysteme
Mathematik
Object-Oriented Modelling
OpenGL Shading Language
Performance Evaluation
Softwarebasistechnologien
Softwarebauelemente
Statistische Datenanalyse
Technische Informatik
Visualisierung

diverse Vorträge
(wie etwa CSG, EAI, UniCert, ...)

Alternativ kann man sich auf den Seiten meiner Kommilitonen umsehen:
-  Jens Calame
-  Matthias Rössiger
-  Matthias Heise
Viele Informationen und Links rund ums Studium am HPI sind zu finden unter
 www.softwaresystemtechnik.de
Noch umfangreicher aber leider leicht chaotisch ist das Wiki des
-  Fachschaftsrats Informatik

Verkehrte Welt

Studenten sind für ihren ungewöhnliches Lebenswandel berüchtigt. In 2004 mache ich einen Zeit(vor)sprung von 8 bzw. 10 Stunden und berichte täglich in  Wort und Bild über meine verqueren Erlebnisse an der UTS in Sydney. c'ya mate !

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Die Aufgabenblätter unterliegen dem Urheberrecht des jeweiligen Lehrstuhls, ebenso sind die Referenzlösungen rechtlich geschützt. Meine eigenen Lösungen dürfen nur unverändert mit deutlich sichtbarer Quellenangabe zu nichtkommerziellen Zwecken verbreitet werden. Genaueres steht auf dieser Seite.
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General

Prof John Debenham teaches two lectures taking place at the same time: while one is called Building Intelligent Agents with a focus on postgraduate students, the other one is called Intelligent Agents In Java and is offered for undergraduates only.

There is no difference concerning the contents or marking scheme - both lectures are essentially the same.

Building Intelligent Agents

I was allowed to develop any intelligent agent I like. Most students went for  RoboCode but I wanted to create something really helpful. So I ended up writing GnutellaWatch - a tool to monitor the  Gnutella network and an invaluable help for administrators willing to kick any peer-2-peer users in their company.

Yes, GnutellaWatch fights Gnutella.

Below are some screenshots of my program:

(click on an image to view it in its full size)


The  abstract:

In this paper, I describe an intelligent agent crawling the Gnutella peer-to-peer network in order to detect clients in a certain IP range. This tool is helpful for administrators trying to avoid wasting bandwidth due to peer-to-peer file sharing programs. Moreover, almost all files shared over the internet are illegal like non-licensed MP3 music which can lead to potential law suits. In the past years, security leaks are often found in various server programs. Peer-to-peer network established as one of the major sources for internet viruses and worms. On the following pages, I will evaluate the opportunities and challenges of monitoring the Gnutella network from the technical, commercial and social point of view. I describe the implementation of GnutellaWatch which is a easy-to-use Java program suitable even for personnel without a broad understanding of network technology.

The paper is available for  download.


Fair Play

Just a short reminder: these documents must not be used by current  UTS students (according to the strict rules of the university).

I also like to mention that almost all search engines fully indexed these documents. Escpecially  TurnItIn - used by some faculty members - scans my website regularly. Any copying will be immediately detected by the academic staff of UTS.

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