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- Duke's iPhone wireless mystery sparks debate. Cox, John // Network World;7/23/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 28, p10
The article reports on the implications of the iPhone Wireless-Fidelity (Wi-Fi) Puzzle introduced at Duke University in North Carolina. The introduction has triggered a cyber-tidal wave of commentary, complaint, confusion and even some comic relief at NetworkWorld.com and other Web technology...
- WIN system will tie 56 libraries together. Hatch, Addy // Journal of Business (10756124);6/28/2001, Vol. 16 Issue 14, pA16
Focuses on the Washington Idaho Network, a computer network formed by libraries from the two states. Types of libraries linked to the network; Network features; Benefits expected by member libraries from the network.
- Ethernet wise to the enterprise. Berge, Jonas // InTech;Jan2007, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p34
This article talks about the use of Ethernet in automation networks. According to the author, automation needs connectivity to the upper levels and the control-level network has to connect to the operations information network and business logistics network. He said a firewall should be lodged...
- Introducing Libraries in Computers. Chudnov, Daniel // Computers in Libraries;Jan2007, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p43
The author talks about his profession as a software developer for libraries and his thoughts about building libraries from scratch. His first professional job as a librarian was at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. He helped design and install an...
- Research of an Improved Mobile IPv6 Smooth Handoff Technology. Lei Zhuang; Chao Wang; Yue Zhang // Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electronic Commerc;Jun2010, p347
Handoff will happen when mobile node moves between different networks. The resulting delay and packet loss problem is the key factor that affects mobile IPv6 handoff performance. An improved mobile IPv6 smooth handoff mechanism is proposed in this paper on the basis of existing handoff methods....
- The Internet of the Future: TO CONTROL OR BE CONTROLLED. Bullinga, Marcel // Futurist;May/Jun2002, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p27
Forecasts on Internet control in the U.S. Changes to be brought by the concept of Control Web; Trends that contributed to the inception of Control Web; Barriers to the implementation of Control Web. INSET: 'CONTROL WEB' PROJECTS.
- Internet 2: A clean, well-lighted network. Schneider, Karen G. // American Libraries;Apr97, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p84
Looks at Internet 2, a computer network, and the possible implications it has for libraries. Internet 2 developed due to the volume of traffic on the Internet; Advantages of Internet 2 over its predecessor; Whether Internet 2 is for everyone; Contact points for more information.
- A survey on Packet Reordering and Fast Retransmit schemes for transport protocols. LakshmiNadh, K.; Rao, K. Nageswara; Krishna, Y. K. Sundara // International Journal of Research & Reviews in Computer Science;Jun2011, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p774
Although there are two standard transport protocols, TCP and UDP, offering services in the Internet, the majority of the traffic over the Internet is TCP-based. TCP performs poorly on paths that reorder packets significantly, where it misinterprets outof- order delivery as packet loss. The...
- InterProcess Communications Protocol. // Network Dictionary;2007, p257
A reference entry for "InterProcess Communications Protocol" (IPC) is presented. In the context of networking and protocol, this term pertains to a transport layer protocol in the Banyan Virtual Networking System protocol stack. Both datagram and reliable message delivery service are provided by...