Univers: An Attribute-based Name Server

@article{Bowman1990UniversAA,
  title={Univers: An Attribute-based Name Server},
  author={Mic Bowman and Larry L. Peterson and Andrey Yeatts},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
  year={1990},
  volume={20},
  pages={403-424}
}
Univers is a generic attribute-based name server upon which a variety of high-level naming services can be built. This paper defines Univers' underlying attribute-based naming model. It also describes several aspects of its implementation and demonstrates how various naming services ― including a global white-pages service, a local yellow-pages service and a conventional name-to-address mapper ― can be built on top of Univers 

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