John Henshaw

Learn More
Corporations face mounting maintenance and re-engineering costs for large legacy systems. Evolving over several years, these systems embody substantial corporate knowledge, including requirements, design decisions , and business rules. Such knowledge is diicult to recover after many years of operation, evolution, and personnel change. To address this(More)
In distributed computing systems, an important design factor is the assignment of data to the collection of distributed resources. This paper is concerned with the initial-igrt-ment of portions of a distributed directory to locally managed subdirectories. Thii problem is studied within the context of the X.500 Directory standard, a CCITT/ISO series of(More)
  • 1