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Internet Research

1998 Volume 8, Number 5

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Semantic Modeling Approach to Metadata

    Terje Brasethvik

    Explores problems in information sharing; discusses the concept of metadata; illustrates its use on the World Wide Web, as well as other related approaches; and presents an approach to information ... More

    pp. 377-86

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  2. Co-ordination of Mobile Information Agents in TuCSoN

    Andrea Omicini & Franco Zambonelli

    Examines mobile agent coordination and presents TuCSoN, a coordination model for Internet applications based on mobile information agents that uses a tuple centre, a tuple space enhanced with the... More

    pp. 400-13

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  3. Internet Technology To Run Workflows

    Christoph von Uthmann & Mario Speck

    Explains and evaluates the conceptual and technical aspects of INTERFYS, an Internet-based system for making the review and revision processes in distributed editorial work more efficient by... More

    pp. 414-24

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  4. Shared Semantics and the Use of Organizational Memories for E-Mail Communications

    David G. Schwartz

    Examines the use of shared semantics information to link concepts in an organizational memory to e-mail communications. Presents a framework for determining shared semantics based on organizational... More

    pp. 434-41

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  5. Facilitating Designer-Customer Communication in the World Wide Web

    Tuomo Tuikka & Marko Salmela

    Presents WebShaman, an application built to demonstrate how a distributed virtual prototyping system with a client/server architecture, could support geographically distant designer/customer... More

    pp. 442-51

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  6. ADDE: Application Development for the Distributed Enterprise

    Marcel Franckson, John Hall, Alfred Helmerich, Rafael Canadas & Martin Dehn

    Describes the Application Development for the Distributed Enterprise (ADDE) project, a methodological set that supports the design of distributed business processes and information and... More

    pp. 452-65

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