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Xtp: The Xpress Transfer Protocol
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A framework for evaluating database keyword search strategies
With regard to keyword search systems for structured data, research during the past decade has largely focused on performance. Researchers have validated their work using ad hoc experiments that mayExpand
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Social Networking
In the context of today's electronic media, social networking has come to mean individuals using the Internet and Web applications to communicate in previously impossible ways. This is largely theExpand
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Legion: The Next Logical Step Toward a Nationwide Virtual Computer
The coming of giga-bit networks makes possible the realization of a single nationwide virtual computer comprised of a variety of geographically distributed high-performance machines and workstations.Expand
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An Empirical Performance Evaluation of Relational Keyword Search Techniques
Extending the keyword search paradigm to relational data has been an active area of research within the database and IR community during the past decade. Many approaches have been proposed, butExpand
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Remote Medical Monitoring
The commoditization of computer hardware and software has enabled a new computing paradigm whereby computers will sense, calculate, and act on our behalf, either with or without human interaction asExpand
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A Dynamic, Context-Aware Security Infrastructure
The rapid worldwide deployment of the Internet and Web is the enabler of a new generation of e-healthcare applications, but the provision of a security architecture that can ensure the privacy andExpand
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The Xpress transfer protocol (XTP)—a tutorial
XTP is a reliable, real-time, lightweight transfer s layer protocol being developed by a group of researchers and developers coordinated by Protocol Engines Incorporated (PEI) . [ 1,2,31 CurrentExpand
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On Retransmission-Based Error Control for Continuous Media Traffic in Packet-Switching Networks
Abstract Distribution of continuous media traffic such as digital audio and video over packet-switching networks has become increasingly feasible due to a number of technology trends leading toExpand
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MESH: distributed error recovery for multimedia streams in wide-area multicast networks
This paper addresses support for multi-party multimedia applications delivered across datagram wide-area networks such as the Internet. Our approach is to develop a novel retransmission protocolExpand
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