Encyclopedia of Internet Technologies and Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1591409942
  • ISBN-13: 9781591409946
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 716 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released April 2008
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Encyclopedia of Internet Technologies and Applications discusses the extraordinary importance of Internet technologies, with a particular focus on the Web. Discussing the architecture and service technologies of the World Wide Web, this comprehensive work includes research on Web services, Semantic Web, and Web-based e-activities, among others.

Because Encyclopedia of Internet Technologies and Applications provides the most thorough examination of Internet technologies and applications -- an essential resource in supporting the information needs of researchers in a variety of related fields -- libraries can make this reference tool the single source for information on the world's greatest network, providing a wealth of information for both the average Internet consumer and the expert in the field of networking and Internet technologies.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Contents by Volume.
About the Editors.
1: Active Queue Management.
2: Adaptive Routing Quality of Service Algorithms for Internet's Irregular Traffic.
3: Adaptive Transmission of Multimedia Data over the Internet.
4: Addressing the Credibility of Web Applications.
5: ADSL2+ Technology.
6: Advanced Techniques for Web Content Filtering.
7: Agent-Based Web Services.
8: ALBA Cooperative Environment for Scientific Experiments.
9: Analysis of TCP-Friendly Protocols for Media Streaming.
10: Autonomic Computing.
11: Autonomic Networking.
12: Cfengine Configuration Management Agent.
13: A Clustering Model of the Application-Level Multicast.
14: Collaborative Support for Graphical-Based Design Tools.
15: Comparison of Multipath Schemes for Hybrid Models in MPLS.
16: Congestion Control in Multicast Networks.
17: Content-Aware Caching for Cooperative Transcoding Proxies.
18: Context-Aware Service Discovery in Ubiquitous Computing.
19: Creative Information Systems.
20: Data Caching in Web Applications.
21: Data Extraction from Deep Web Sites.
22: The Differentiated Services Architecture.
23: DNS-Based Allocation of Multicast Addresses.
24: E-Collaboration Concepts, Systems, and Applications.
25: Efficient and Scalable Client-Clustering for Proxy Cache.
26: E-Learning.
27: Ethernet to the Doorstep of Metropolitan Area Networks.
28: Extend the Building Automation System Through Internet.
29: Hackers, Hacking, and Eavesdropping.
30: Handheld Computing and Palm OS Programming for Mobile Commerce.
31: Impact of Portal Technologies on Executive Information Systems.
32: Intellectual Property and the Internet.
33: Internet Gambling.
34: Internet Measurements.
35: IP Multicasting.
36: IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) for Emerging All-IP Networks.
37: The IPv6 Protocol.
38: Issues and Applications of Internet Traffic Modelling.
39: Java Web Application Frameworks.
40: Light-Weight Content-Based Search for File Sharing Systems.
41: Malicious Software.
42: Mobility Protocols.
43: Model-Driven Engineering of Distributed Applications.
44: Modeling IP Traffic Behavior through Markovian Models.
45: Multicast of Multimedia Data.
46: Multimedia for Mobile Devices.
47: Multimedia Internet Applications Over WiMAX Networks: State-of-the-Art and Research Challenges.
48: Network Optimization Using Evolutionary Algorithms in Multicast Transmission.
49: Network Survivability in Optical Networks with IP Prospective.
50: Network-Based Intrusion Detection.
51: Network-Layer Mobility Protocols for IPv6-Based Networks.
52: Networked Appliances and Home Networking: Internetworking the Home.
53: Optical Burst Switching.
54: Optical Network Survivability.
55: Optimizing Inter-Domain Internet Multicast.
56: Performance of Mobility Protocols.
57: Positive-Feedback Preference Model of the Internet Topology.
58: Privacy in the Digital World.
59: Quality of Service and Service Level Agreements.
60: Quality of Service Architectures.
61: Quality of Service by Way of Path Selection Policy.
62: Quality of Service in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.
63: Quality of Service Routing.
64: Rate Adaptation Mechanisms for Multimedia Streaming.
65: Real-Time Protocols (RTP/RTCP).
66: Rich-Club Phenomenon of the Internet Topology.
67: Scalable Reservation-Based QoS Architecture (SRBQ).
68: Scaling Properties of Network Traffic.
69: Seamless Multi-Hop Handover in IPv6-Based Hybrid Wireless Networks.
70: Security Issues with Wi-Fi Networks.
71: The Semantic Web.
72: Semantic Web Languages and Ontologies.
73: Semantic Web Services: A Technology for Service-Oriented Computing.
74: Service Provisioning in the IP Multimedia Subsystem.
75: Session Initiation Protocol.
76: Sharing Protected Web Resources.
77: Social and P2P Networks on the Internet.
78: Software Modernization of Legacy Systems for Web Services Interoperability.
79: The Speech-Enabled Web.
80: Standards in Asynchronous E-Learning Systems.
81: Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP).
82: Survey: Pricing Ubiquitous Network Services.
83: Survivability Mechanisms of Generalized Multiprotocol Label Switching.
84: Swarm Intelligence Applications for the Internet.
85: A Taxonomy of Online Game Security.
86: TCP and TCP-Friendly Protocols.
87: TCP Enhancements for Mobile Internet.
88: TCP for High-Speed Networks.
89: Towards Autonomic Infrastructures via Mobile Agents and Active Networks.
90: Towards Formulation of Principles for Engineering Web Applications.
91: Traffic Control.
92: Transporting TDM Service on Metropolitan Bus-Based Optical Packet Switching Networks.
93: Voice over Internet Protocol: A New Paradigm in Voice Communication.
94: Waking Up Sensor Networks.
95: Web Accessibility.
96: Web Mining: A Conceptual Overview on Intelligent Information Retrieval Systems.
97: Web Services.
98: Web-Based Commerce Applications: Adoption and Evaluation.
99: Web-Based Information Systems in Construction Industry: A Case Study for Healthcare Projects.
100: Wi-Fi Technology.