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IEEE distributed systems online: looking to the future

J. Bacon
2004 IEEE Internet Computing  
In 2004, IEEE Distributed Systems Online becomes the IEEE's first online-only publication.  ...  Jean Bacon is the editor in chief of IEEE Distributed Systems Online and a reader in distributed systems at the University of Cambridge.  ...  CONCLUSION IEEE Distributed Systems Online has been a pioneer of electronic-only publishing for the IEEE Computer Society.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2004.1318094 fatcat:stwjrsomzvcr7mbkgwj46upz44

Mastering Distributed Computing

Haoyang Che
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
Distributed Computing: Fundamentals, Simulations, and Advanced Topics thoroughly introduces distributed computing's mathematical foundations and covers the basic theory's main elements.  ...  This second edition adds material on: failure detectors and applications for solving consensus in asynchronous systems, fast mutual exclusion, practical clock synchronization, and the processor lower bound  ...  Cite this article: Haoyang Che, "Mastering Distributed Computing," IEEE Distributed Systems Online, vol. 6, no. 3, 2005.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.14 fatcat:7y5623sye5cozb2u23ar5gmnli

On Distributed Systems and Social Engineering

S. Willmott
2004 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
The challenges of designing such applications go beyond those of standard distributed systems design because they involve not only process control and protocol issues but also System elements that are  ...  Previous contributors to this department have highlighted the importance of such elements as semantics and trust for building these new generations of distributed systems safely.  ...  In the meanwhile, we might be racing against time to understand the kind of systems that people are actually building. IEEE Distributed Systems Online November 2004 The next Big Thing?  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2004.31 fatcat:zkyklim4avgkvodoi5efjchfr4

Distributed wisdom: analyzing distributed-system performance - latency vs. throughput

R. Friedman, E. Hadad
2006 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
This is true because modern software typically is multithreaded, so when 1 IEEE Distributed Systems Online January 2006  ...  You might be asking yourself what this anecdote has to do with modern distributed systems.  ...  You might be asking yourself what this anecdote has to do with modern distributed systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2006.2 fatcat:eq4ovpd7lnberhkb2w7jwr5lka

News

Greg Goth
2008 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
While news reports heralded the announcement, one former Matsushita contractor wrote that the company had in recent years not been mindful of contract terms that IEEE Distributed Systems Online (vol  ...  The four old companies, Sharp says, had different policies "for everything, not just telecommuting," and the callback is part of an evaluation of how best to distribute the new company's workforce.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2008.3 fatcat:lmwlupyhxbbnpeibdxr5kobnre

On the complexity of simple distributed systems

M. van Steen
2004 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
For example, my field of research is large-scale distributed systems think of computer systems that consist of millions of nodes, span the entire Internet, change continuously, and are managed by many  ...  In fact, it's generally harder than developing complex systems.  ...  Compared to many existing systems, we, as designers of self-* systems, have the advantage that our basis is inherently simple.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2004.4 fatcat:m5bbqft6qzd63fhhlyv3qzbnoa

In brief: IPv6 and distributed applications

D. Geer
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
IEEE Distributed Systems Online December 2005  ...  IPv6 Just the Tip of a Larger Problem" (http://doi. ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MIC.2005.35) Cite this article: David Geer, "IPv6 and Distributed Applications," IEEE Distributed Systems Online, vol  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.65 fatcat:6xl3dqq3azfqtavswcnfienlna

Mobile Computing Systems Programming: A Graduate Distributed Computing Course

Lars Kulik
2007 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
IEEE Distributed Systems Online (vol. 8, no. 5), art. no. 0704-o5004 A short video showing the ad-hoc Doodle platform developed by Archana Sathivelu.  ...  The marking scheme highlights the importance of appropriate feedback to users, IEEE Distributed Systems Online (vol. 8, no. 5), art. no. 0704-o5004 wireless network access to a server or other mobile devices  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2007.27 fatcat:33vyrhokg5evtlqaq5eouosmya

Parallel and Distributed Computing for Cybersecurity

V. Kumar
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
Need for cybersecurity Individuals and organizations attack and misuse computer systems, creating new Internet threats daily. The IEEE Distributed Systems Online October 2005  ...  Computing and Systems (PDCS 04).  ...  IEEE Distributed Systems Online October 2005 Figure 5 . 5 Suspicious traffic on port 80.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.53 fatcat:hds3igzzfnf5pdqzkhijeugx4a

Distributed Wisdom: What's Wrong with Us?

M. Shapiro
2006 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
IEEE Distributed Systems Online, vol. 7, no. 5, 2006, art. no. 0506-o5003. Distributed Systems Online May 2006 Related Links IEEE  ...  Systems IEEE Distributed Systems Online May 2006 research in Europe faces many challenges on the way to becoming competitive internationally.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2006.34 fatcat:vw53n2q6wnajzhvtvx4xmecsye

Adaptive agents and multiagent systems

Z. Guessoum
2004 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
The aim is to model complex distributed systems as a set of (possibly organized) software agents that interact in a common environment.  ...  New information systems and recent applications (Grid computing, Web Services, and so on) are often distributed, large-scale, open, heterogeneous, and characterized by a dynamic environment.  ...  IEEE Distributed Systems Online July 2004 Complex systems are increasingly driven by the need for robustness, reliability, better quality of service, load balancing or better performance, and so on.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2004.10 fatcat:uidiev6udje2jhkw7huyhabk24

Designing Interaction Systems for Distributed Applications

J.P. Almeida, M. van Sinderen, D.A.C. Quartel, L.F. Pires
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
identified the connector construct, which emphasizes the IEEE Distributed Systems Online March 2005  ...  Seminal work in systems and protocol design have acknowledged the importance of explicitly designing such interaction mechanisms in distributed systems. 1 More recent software architecture efforts 2 have  ...  Conclusion IEEE Distributed Systems Online March 2005  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.13 fatcat:4yx3kpncefhflh7u2gn7tz3tly

The Editable Web

F. Berzal
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
Cite this article: Fernando Berzal, "The Editable Web," IEEE Distributed Systems Online, vol. 6, no. 3, 2005.  ...  ., HTTP Extensions for Distributed Authoring WebDAV (http://asg.web.cmu.edu/rfc/rfc2518.html), RFC 2518 , Feb. 1999 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.17 fatcat:4x6e2ukwfrabnbqvtwxnwjgpzu

Sensible Network Protection

A.I. Manzanares
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
In recent years, concerns about computer security in general and network security in particular have become more and more relevant. Network administrators have grown increasingly insecure with the news and sometimes their personal experiences of virus propagations that shut down networks, black hats that posted confidential information on Web servers, and many other publicly known attacks. The solution Network Perimeter Security proposes to protect our assets focuses on defining and
more » ... security policy development instead of relying on often-improvised technological patches. So, the book's primary audience is the administrator who must deal with technology, devices, and users on one side and managers, budgets, and network responsibilities on the other. The book doesn't explain the internals of cryptography, firewalls, or virtual private networks in detail; anyone looking for an in-depth analysis of these techniques and mechanisms should head for specialized resources. Given its subject, the book recommends some networking background (mainly TCP/IP), although one chapter reviews network concepts and protocols. This book addresses a major problem of trying to protect a medium-or large-sized network: how can a computer-literate network administrator talk about security with a business-oriented manager who has minor computer skills? Cliff Riggs provides a basic methodology, with
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.29 fatcat:vleafan6fvf2jeaawrirniaaoe

Web globalization effort growing

B. Alfonsi
2005 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
Cite this article: Benjamin Alfonsi, "Web Globalization Effort Growing," IEEE Distributed Systems Online, vol. 6, no. 1, 2005.  ...  Global RSS One site hoping to make its mark in the international online arena is Bloglines (www.bloglines.com).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2005.6 fatcat:viqbbtsugrdmrnfbhzvcz5cutq
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