Douglas C. Kohlert

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Multi-user applications allows users in different locations to simultaneously interact with a common interface. Creating multi-user applications is complicated by issues such as process synchronization, replicated window management, and floor control. As a result, several papers describing toolkits that simplify programming of multi-user applications have(More)
This paper suggests that there exists a large class of inherently graphical applications that could use pictures as their primary input data. These applications have no need to store input data in any other format and thus eliminate the need to do conversions between input data and a graphical representation. Since the graphical representation is the only(More)
WORLD WIDE WEB Few developments in software have grown as rapidly as the World Wide Web [1]. Fueled by user friendly browsers such as NCSAS Mosaic the WWW has made the once arcane Internet readily accessible to almost anyone with an Internet connection. Not only has exploration been simplified but also the process of publishing information on the web(More)
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