Advances in Computers: Web Technology, Volume 67 (Google eBook)

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Marvin Zelkowitz
Academic Press, May 23, 2006 - Computers - 346 pages
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This volume is number 67 in the series Advances in Computers that began back in 1960. This is the longest continuously published series of books that chronicles the evolution of the computer industry. Each year three volumes are produced presenting approximately 20 chapters that describe the latest technology in the use of computers today. Volume 67, subtitled "Web technology," presents 6 chapters that show the impact that the World Wide Web is having on our society today. The general theme running throughout the volume is the ubiquity of web services. Topics such as wireless access and its problems and reliability of web communications are emphasized.



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- In-depth surveys and tutorials on software development approaches.
- Well-known authors and researchers in the field.
- Extensive bibliographies with most chapters.
- All chapters focus on Internet and web technology issues.
- Discussion of wireless communication and forensic issues, currently important research areas.

- In-depth surveys and tutorials on software development approaches.
- Well-known authors and researchers in the field.
- Extensive bibliographies with most chapters.
- All chapters focus on Internet and web technology issues.
- Discussion of wireless communication and forensic issues, currently important research areas.

  

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Contents

Programming Models and Synchronization Techniques for Disconnected Business Applications
85
Past Present and Future
131
Web Testing for Reliability Improvement
177
Wireless Insecurities
225
The State of the Art in Digital Forensics
253
Indices
301
Contents of Volumes in This Series
321
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