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October 2002 Social Science Computer Review - Computer-based methods: State of the art: Volume 20 Issue 4, October 2002
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.
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Distinguishing between a group and the aggregate of individuals who compose the group remains an unsolved theoretical problem. Luce and Raiffa concluded that traditional theory based on the perspective of a rational individual cannot distinguish between these two utilities, precluding an analytical model. The obstacle to advancing beyond Luce and ...
Keywords: dissonance, social psychology, artificial life models, social evolution, social quantum model, uncertainty, autonomous agents, computational models

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August 1999
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The Common Indexing Protocol (CIP) allows servers to form a referral mesh for query handling by defining a mechanism by which cooperating servers exchange hints about the searchable indices they maintain. The structure and transport of CIP are described in (Ref. 1), as are general rules for the definition of ...

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May 1996 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS): Volume 14 Issue 2, May 1996
Publisher: ACM
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Indexing file contents is a powerful means of helping users locate documents, software, and other types of data among large repositories. In environments that contain many different types of data, content indexing requires type-specific processing to extract information effectively. We present a model for type-specific, user-customizable information extraction, and a ...
Keywords: Internet, distributed indexing, resource discovery

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January 1996 ATEC '96: Proceedings of the 1996 annual conference on USENIX Annual Technical Conference
Publisher: USENIX Association
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This paper discusses the design and performance of a hierarchical proxy-cache designed to make Internet information systems scale better. The design was motivated by our earlier trace-driven simulation study of Internet traffic. We challenge the conventional wisdom that the benefits of hierarchical file caching do not merit the costs, and ...

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December 1995 Computer Networks and ISDN Systems: Volume 28 Issue 1-2, Dec. 1995
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Keywords: Internet, caching, replication, information gathering, searching, resource discovery

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October 1995 SIGCOMM '95: Proceedings of the conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication
Publisher: ACM
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In this paper we consider the problem of choosing among a collection of replicated servers, focusing on the question of how to make choices that segregate client/server traffic according to network topology. We explore the cost and effectiveness of a variety of approaches, ranging from those requiring routing layer support ...
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October 1995  ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 25 Issue 4, Oct. 1995

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October 1994 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (TON): Volume 2 Issue 5, Oct. 1994
Publisher: IEEE Press
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October 1994 PDIS '94: Proceedings of the third international conference on on Parallel and distributed information systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
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A promising approach for locating information in a large distributed environment is to gather representative information from many repositories pro-actively, and place this information into a set of index servers. To allow information from many sites to be represented in a small number of such servers, one must reduce the ...

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September 1994 PDIS '94: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Information Systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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August 1994 Communications of the ACM: Volume 37 Issue 8, Aug. 1994
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October 1993 SIGCOMM '93: Conference proceedings on Communications architectures, protocols and applications
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This paper presents evidence that several, judiciously placed file caches could reduce the volume of FTP traffic by 42%, and hence the volume of all NSFNET backbone traffic by 21%. In addition, if FTP client and server software automatically compressed data, this savings could increase to 27%. We believe that ...
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October 1993  ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 23 Issue 4, Oct. 1993

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September 1993 Computer: Volume 26 Issue 9, September 1993
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
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The author discusses aspects of Internet's resource discovery problem: how users specify searches, the difference between discovering classes of resources and locating appropriate instances, system-management problems that can be cast as global state discovery searches, issues involved with characterizing resources and with the efficient distribution of characterizing information, and social ...

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August 1993 Communications of the ACM - Special issue on internetworking: Volume 36 Issue 8, Aug. 1993
Publisher: ACM
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Keywords: graph theory, traffic analysis, collaboration, directory service, dynamic organization, interpersonal communications, resource directory

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November 1991
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In this report we discuss plans to carry out a longitudinal measurement study of changes in service-level reachability in the global TCP/IP Internet. We overview our experimental design, considerations of network and remote site load, mechanisms used to control the measurement collection process, and network appropriate use and privacy issues, ...

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June 1991 IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee Newsletter on Operating Systems and Application Environments: Volume 5 Issue 2, Summer 1991
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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September 1988 EW 3: Proceedings of the 3rd workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop: Autonomy or interdependence in distributed systems?
Publisher: ACM
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November 1987 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review: Volume 21 Issue 5, Nov. 1987
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A prototype implementation has been built as part of the Heterogeneous Computer Systems project at the University of Washington. This service supports RPC binding and other applications in our heterogeneous environment. Measurements of the performance of this prototype show that it is close to that of the underlying name services, ...
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November 1987  SOSP '87: Proceedings of the eleventh ACM Symposium on Operating systems principles

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February 1987 Communications of the ACM: Volume 30 Issue 2, Feb. 1987
Publisher: ACM
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The ACM SIGOPS Workshop on Accommodating Heterogeneity was conducted in December 1985 in Eastbound, Wash., as a forum for an international group of fifty researchers to discuss the technical issues surrounding heterogeneous computing environments.

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January 1987
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When computers are connected via networks, and networks are joined into internets, the overall system effectiveness hinges on how well the basic network facilities are able to support communication and sharing among the interconnected systems. Of particular importance is the naming facility, which allows clients to use mnemonically meaningful names ...



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