Web Technologies Research and Development - APWeb 2005

Web Technologies Research and Development - APWeb 2005

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This volume contains papers selected for presentation at the 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Web Technology (APWeb 2005), which was held in Shanghai, China during March 29a€“April 1, 2005. APWeb is an international conference series on WWW technologies and is the primary forum for researchers and practitioners from both academia and industry to exchange knowledge on WWW-related technologies and new advanced applications. APWeb 2005 received 420 submissions from 21 countries and regions worldwide, including China, Korea, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, France, UK, Canada, USA, India, Hong Kong, Brazil, Germany, Thailand, Singapore, Turkey, Spain, Greece, Belgium, New Zealand, and UAE. After a thorough review process for each submission by the Program Committee members and expert reviewers recommended by PC members, APWeb 2005 accepted 71 regular research papers (acceptance ratio 16.9%) and 22 short papers (acceptance ratio 5.2%). This volume also includes 6 keynote papers and 11 invited demo papers. The keynote lectures were given by six leading experts: Prof. Ah Chung Tsoi (Australia Research Council), Prof. Zhiyong Liu (National Nature Science Foundation of China), Prof. John Mylopoulos (University of Toronto), Prof. Ramamohanarao (Rao) Kotagiri (University of Melbourne), Prof. Calton Pu (Georgia Tech), and Prof. Zhiwei Xu (Chinese Academy of Sciences).... Hyundai Motor Co. aamp; Kia Motors Corp. ... Many problems arise, such as server refusals or slow operations. In this paper, a neural network prediction algorithm is suggested in order to solve the problems caused by the hot spot. The hot spot ... In order to solve these problems, a proxy-cache is used in which caching plays an important role in an effective and efficiency transmission of data in the Internet.

Title:Web Technologies Research and Development - APWeb 2005
Author:Yanchun Zhang
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-03-22


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