Proceedings of the workshop held July, 1999. Sixteen contributions discuss various Internet-related topics, including: high performance common gateway interface invocation; end-to-end management of mixed applications across networks; a shopping assistant agent for web- shops; an intelligent interface agent for Web-based information retrieval; a case study in building Internet travel brokering services; lifetime behavior and its impact on web caching; coordinated placement and replacement for large-scale distributed caches; specification of order and reliability in SMIL documents; smart multimedia file objects; stochastic voting protocol to protect voters' privacy; an automated fault diagnosis system using hierarchical reasoning and alarm correlation; and others. Contains an author index only. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORAt this level, the golf manager would pick up the query and respond directly to the user. This process is controlled ... For both manual traversal and querying, users and data sources need not start at the top-level well-known multicast address. Since the upper ... SAP calls for data sources to broadcast an advertisement of their content to the well-known multicast address on a periodic basis. Our IDG designanbsp;...
|Title||:||1999 IEEE Workshop on Internet Applications|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 1999|