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Springer
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Server selection on the World Wide Web
We evaluate server selection methods in a Web environment, modeling a digital library which makes use of existing Web search servers rather than building its own index. The evalua...
Nick Craswell, Peter Bailey, David Hawking
ACSC
2002
IEEE
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Reducing Cognitive Overhead on the World Wide Web
HyperScout, a Web application, is an intermediary between a server and a client. It intercepts a page to the client, gathers information on each link, and annotates each link with...
R. J. Witt, S. P. Tyerman
SIGCOMM
1996
ACM
11 years 3 months ago
Removal Policies in Network Caches for World-Wide Web Documents
World-Wide Web proxy servers that cache documents can potentially reduce three quantities: the number of requests that reach popular servers, the volume of network trac resulting ...
Marc Abrams, Charles R. Standridge, Ghaleb Abdulla...
WETICE
1998
IEEE
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WebGroup: A Secure Group Access Control Tool for the World-Wide Web
We present an integrated secure group access control tool to support workgroups on the World-Wide Web. The system enables user authentication, encrypted communication and fine-gra...
Fabien A. P. Petitcolas, Kan Zhang
ISPAN
1996
IEEE
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A World-Wide Web server on a multicomputer system
As the number of people browsing the world-wide web increases explosively, workload of popular web servers also increases rapidly. A multicomputer system that was designed for I/O...
Chun-Hsing Wu, Chun-Chao Yeh, Jie-Yong Juang
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