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Beyond the Hype : Issues and Perspectives in the Software Paradigm for Internet Computing

  title={Beyond the Hype : Issues and Perspectives in the Software Paradigm for Internet Computing},
  author={Francisca Onaolapo Oladipo},
The demand for open and dynamic internet had given rise to a new software paradigm for computing on the internet: Internetware. The software for internet computing is expected to exhibit certain desirable properties and conform to specific software models. The dynamic nature of the present day internet however had given rise to changing and nondeterministic component-based software system parading unclear functional and non-functional requirements. As the internet is in every facet of our… Expand


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  • Proceedings 1998 Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference (Cat. No.98EX240)
  • 1998
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