Towards the Key Issues in Client/Server Computing for the Year 2000 and Beyond

@inproceedings{Kajan1997TowardsTK,
  title={Towards the Key Issues in Client/Server Computing for the Year 2000 and Beyond},
  author={Ejub Kajan},
  year={1997}
}
This paper focuses on advanced software research directions which are important to overcome a lot of bottlenecks already present in distributed heterogeneous environments. Special attention is given to remote programming, a new communication paradigm based on mobile intelligent agents and active networks as a building blocks of future client/server environments. Keywordsclient/server, remote programming, mobile agents, active networks 

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