Cooperative Internet Computing / Edition 1by Alvin T. S. Chan
Pub. Date: 10/30/2007
Publisher: Springer US
The Second International Workshop on Cooperative Internet Computing (CIC2002) has brought together researchers, academics, and industry practitioners who are involved and interested in the development of advanced and emerging cooperative computing technologies. Cooperative computing is an important computing paradigm to enable different parties to work together… See more details below
The Second International Workshop on Cooperative Internet Computing (CIC2002) has brought together researchers, academics, and industry practitioners who are involved and interested in the development of advanced and emerging cooperative computing technologies. Cooperative computing is an important computing paradigm to enable different parties to work together towards a pre defined non-trivial goal. It encompasses important technological areas like computer supported cooperative work, workflow, computer assisted design and concurrent programming. As technologies continue to advance and evolve, there is an increasing need to research and develop new classes of middlewares and applications to leverage on the combined benefits of Internet and web to provide users and programmers with highly interactive and robust cooperative computing environment. It is the aim of this forum to promote close interactions and exchange of ideas among researchers, academics and practitioners on the state-of-the art researches in all of these exciting areas. We have partnered with Kluwer Acedamic Press this year to bring to you a book compilation of the papers that were presented at the CIC2002 workshop. The importance of the research area is reflected both in the quality and quantity of the submitted papers, where each paper was reviewed by at least three PC members. As a result, we were able to only accept 14 papers for full presentation at the workshop, while having to reject several excellent papers due to the limitations of the program schedule.
- Springer US
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- Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, #729
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)
Table of ContentsPreface.
- I: Distributed Objects and Videos. Invocation Protocol on Object Replicas; K. Hori, M. Takizawa, M. Raynal. Mobile Agent Model for Fault-Tolerant Objects Systems; T. Komiya, M. Takizawa. A Multi-paradigm Video Querying System over the Web; S.S.S. Chan, Qing Li.
- II: Web and E-commerce. Building a Collaborative Client-server Application; Wei-Guang Teng, P.M.C. Chen, Ming-Syan Chen. Acceleration of Data Center-hosted Distributed Database-driven Web Applications; Weng-Syan Li, O. Po, Wang-Pin Hsiung, K. Selçuk Candan, D. Agrawal. Multi-tiered Cache Management for E-commece Web Sites; Wang-Pin Hsiung, Wen-Syan Li, K. Selçuk Candan, D. Agrawal. A Flexible Payment Scheme and its User-role Assignment; Hua Wang, Yanchun Zhang, Jinli Cao.
- III: XML and Query Processing. Performance of XML-driven Cooperative Applications; S. Ghandharizadeh, C. Papadopoulos, Min Cai, K.K. Chintalapudi. Improved Parallel Algorithms for Path Expression Query Processing of Semi-structured Data; Wenjun Sun, Kam Fai Wong, K.J. Lü. Inode: An Enumeration Scheme for Efficient Storage of XML Data; Lau Hoit Kit, V. Ng.
- IV: Modeling and Specification. Services for Virtual Team Hosting; F. Charoy, C. Godart, P. Molli, G. Oster, M. Patten, M. Valdes. Towards a Transactional Framework Derived from Real Workflows; D. Kuo, A. Fekete, P. Greenfield, J. Jang. Web-services Coordination Model; K. Baïna, S. Dustdar. Hierarchical Text Classification Methods and their Specification; Aixin Sun, Ee-Peng Lim, Wee-Keong Ng. Index.
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