Advances in Computers: New Programming Paradigms (Google eBook)

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Academic Press, Jun 14, 2005 - Computers - 340 pages
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The series covers new developments in computer technology. Most chapters present an overview of a current subfield within computer science, with many citations and often include new developments in the field by the authors of the individual chapters. Topics include hardware, software, theoretical underpinnings of computing, and novel applications of computers. This current volume emphasizes the role of the internet, the world wide web and other aspects of a distributed computing environment. Open source development as well as computing for the handicapped are additional important topics.



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- In-depth surveys and tutorials on new computer technology.
- Well-known authors are researchers in the field.
- Extensive bibliographies with most chapters.
- Important chapters on new technologies for software development: open source development and the technology needed to use the web for electronic commerce.

* In-depth surveys and tutorials on new computer technology.
* Well-known authors are researchers in the field.
* Extensive bibliographies with most chapters.
* Important chapters on new technologies for software development: open source development and the technology needed to use the web for electronic commerce.

  

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Contents

Web Services
45
A Protocol Layer Survey of Network Security
109
The Revenue Expansion Path to ECommerce Profitability
159
A Vision to Realize
195
Structural Tension in the American Experiment
247
Building Barriers or Creating Opportunities?
283
back matter
347
index
353
Contents of Volumes in This Series
369
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University of Maryland, College Park