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Enabling Safer Deployment of Internet Mobile Code Technologies [chapter]

Ron Moritz
2007 Information Security Management Handbook, Sixth Edition  
The next generation of client-server services is emerging using the Web architecture to develop and deploy application servers.  ...  Mobile code changes the model of client-server computing. Mobile code allows us to deliver both data and program code to the desktop without user intervention.  ...  The emergence of mobile code as a Web-based client-server tool has been made possible through the • Positioning of Sun Microsystem's Java™ as a platform-independent language and standard • Acceptance of  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781439833032.ch193 fatcat:y7vjvrydprby7a2qwsa4u765fe

Information Engineering Methodology [chapter]

Clive Finkelstein
1998 Handbook on Architectures of Information Systems  
The chapter concludes with a summary of Internet and Intranet technologies; discussing development of Client/Server systems and Data Warehouses, and their deployment via the Internet and corporate Intranets  ...  This chapter discusses the history and evolution of Information Engineering, with emphasis on the business-driven IE variant.  ...  These technologies may be used for the design of client/server systems using relational data base management systems and object-oriented development tools.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-03526-9_18 fatcat:t25god544bdkjexoq35wtll64i

An Integrated WebGIS-Based Mangement Platform of Geopark

Xingxian Luo
2015 Open Construction & Building Technology Journal  
technologies of ArcGIS, MapServer and database software, based on the detailed analysis and design of system architecture, database design, map file handling, user interface design and system design features  ...  , so that a WebGIS-based management platform of Geopark can be created and all related information can be locally managed but remotely accessed.  ...  It is a network-based client / server system, use the Internet to exchange information between the client and the server.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874836801509010287 fatcat:kakxlitce5ejpkheeeuaeqo7wm

Distributed environmental impact assessment using Internet

Huang Yan, Dimitri P. Solomatine, Slavco Velickov, Michael B. Abbott
1999 Journal of Hydroinformatics  
Babovic, for making the MikeImpact code available for the purposes of this study. List of Abbreviations  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank A.W. Minns at IHE for their help and advice in this study and the Danish Hydraulic Institute (DHI), represented by V.  ...  The transparency of a decision support system can be enhanced by using any of the above described frameworks and technologies because they integrate Internet and client/server computing models.  ... 
doi:10.2166/hydro.1999.0005 fatcat:5hsd33piincjxchtiub66phdbq

Visa Processing Information System

M.Kamakshi Karthiga
2017 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
It is a Client Server Project, Administrator can be able to create many no of users and the users are called as Customers. Administrator will describe the utilities accessed by an Customer  ...  The client of this project is any organization who is having many abroad clients especially US clients. This type of organizations is frequently sending their employees for their overseas clients.  ...  Another kind of client application is the traditional ActiveX control (now replaced by the managed Windows Forms control) deployed over the Internet as a Web page.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-1903023033 fatcat:qpjrqs4oxzhdtkeofoqh5yct24

WebEAV: Automatic Metadata-driven Generation of Web Interfaces to Entity-Attribute-Value Databases

P. M. Nadkarni, C. M. Brandt, L. Marenco
2000 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A b s t r a c t The task of creating and maintaining a front end to a large institutional entityattribute-value (EAV) database can be cumbersome when using traditional client-server technology.  ...  Each row contains the following information: entity (patient identification, visit, date/time etc.), attribute (the name/identification of the parameter), and the value of the parameter.  ...  Discussion The WebEAV framework grew out of our earlier work on ACT/DB, partly as a response to frustration with the form-maintenance problems posed by traditional client-server systems.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.2000.0070343 pmid:10887163 pmcid:PMC61439 fatcat:gsewg4mphzaxdkkz2fnl77ldxi

A Distributed GIS for Managing Shanghai Landscape Resources

Yue Zhu, Chaowei Yang, David W. Wong, Menas Kafatos
2005 Annals of GIS  
Four critical computing issues related to such a Distributed GIS are addressed: (1) large image management, (2) time dimension management, (3) network communication of geospatial information within the  ...  This paper also offers some insights on the design and development of a Distributed GIS.  ...  Henry Wolf of CEOSR for his editorial comments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10824000509480598 fatcat:xpxnjv4xp5hnxfctlsdi6ok5o4

Redesign of Stand-Alone Applications into Thin-Client/Server Architecture

Michel van der Vlugt, Samuel Sambasivam
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 InSITE Conference   unpublished
In this paper the architectural transformation is presented of stand-alone applications, redesigned into thin-client/server architecture to improve the application's flexibility, interoperability, performance  ...  When the software is being used by the intended audience it is almost inevitable that errors are found, requirements change or new requirements emerge because of changes in the business processes.  ...  Implementation of the 'POS Transaction Server'. Design of Application Based on the proposed design of the client/server POS a proto-type client/server POS will be designed and implemented.  ... 
doi:10.28945/2930 fatcat:b7ircfkn2bgtbkyf7fyznpacmm

Web-enabled Customer-oriented Product Concept Formation via Laddering Technique and Kohonen Association

Chun-Hsien Chen, Li Pheng Khoo, Wei Yan
2002 Concurrent Engineering - Research and Applications  
The details of the prototype system as well as a case study on wood golf club design, which is used to illustrate its capability, are presented in this paper.  ...  This study aims at establishing a prototype web-based customer-oriented product concept formation system.  ...  As depicted in Figure 2 , the proposed customeroriented product concept formation system is implemented with a web-based Client/Server structure.  ... 
doi:10.1177/a032006 fatcat:j7t6o3so25d5ng5bdubr4nulb4

The Architecture of ArcIMS, a Distributed Internet Map Server [chapter]

Russell East, Roop Goyal, Art Haddad, Alexander Konovalov, Andrea Rosso, Mike Tait, Jay Theodore
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes the architecture of ArcIMS 3, its components, and some of the live Web sites that use it. The paper also discusses some considerations for the next version of ArcIMS.  ...  ESRI ® ArcIMS ® is an Internet Map Server software that facilitates authoring of maps, designing of Web sites using them, and their publication on the Internet.  ...  Jamie Powell participated in ActiveX and ColdFusion connector development. Jose Thomas participated in the development of WMS connector. Kerry Coffin participated in developing Spatial Server.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47724-1_20 fatcat:pyf55vubrzbmjebbebpjgralc4

A component and communication model for push systems

Manfred Hauswirth, Mehdi Jazayeri
1999 Software engineering notes  
Our communication model contrasts push systems with client-server and event-based systems.  ...  The existence of such diverse applications, all of which can be designed as specific instances of push-based systems, argues for the inherent utility of the push model and concepts.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable inputs for this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/318774.318784 fatcat:ps4h643s25hjzlul56dr4a5cxi

A Component and Communication Model for Push Systems [chapter]

Manfred Hauswirth, Mehdi Jazayeri
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our communication model contrasts push systems with client-server and event-based systems.  ...  The existence of such diverse applications, all of which can be designed as specific instances of push-based systems, argues for the inherent utility of the push model and concepts.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable inputs for this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48166-4_3 fatcat:ptct7bwn4re63mcf3367ikhz2a


Sunny Baker, Kim Baker
1999 Journal of Business Strategy  
functionality similar to Although the perfect system isn’t yet here, the strategic need for information-accessible document management is. the client-server version.  ...  PowerOffice WM, a suite of client/server and Internet software products, delivers document management and workflow.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb040043 fatcat:f6bpjq6x6jafjp74dkk7nylzjm


Jin Yu, Boualem Benatallah, Fabio Casati, Regis Saint-Paul
2006 Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Web engineering - ICWE '06  
Currently, there are two approaches aiming at improving web user interfaces. First, downloaded code in form of Java Applet or ActiveX can be executed in browsers.  ...  Our approach is based on the Extensible User Interface Protocol (XUP), a SOAP-based protocol for communicating events and incremental user interface updates on the web.  ...  Consistent with the Web architecture, OpenXUP is client/server-based and uses existing web protocols (HTTP and SOAP).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1145581.1145638 dblp:conf/icwe/YuBCS06 fatcat:2akhyrxjvfgfrak3c7xxm5h6na

Improving Web Server Performance by Distributing Web Applications [chapter]

Mital Kakaiya, Sushant Goel, Hema Sharda, David Taniar
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Choosing optimized technology is one of the major criteria in a distributed system to achieve best result.  ...  The comparison clearly indicates web server performance improvement using DNA methodology. CPU usage improvement statistics are also provided in this paper.  ...  DNA is an abstract idea, which helps to understand design of multi-tier client/server application. There are no coding practices, special notation or even restrictions on the technologies to use.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39884-4_13 fatcat:szbbocp2djainbehhpo6fxo6vq
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