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WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues

2001 Volume 3, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Well-formedness and Educational Resources

    James L. Mohler, Purdue University, United States

    Within all institutions, web developers are beginning to utilize technologies that make sites more than static information resources. Databases, XML and XSL are key technologies that promise to... More

    pp. 19-23

  2. Employing Internet2 Technology to Enable Collaborative Research and Distributed Training in Complex Multi-Operator Settings

    Christopher Barnes, Brooks AFB, United States; Linda R. Elliott, rooks AFB, United States; Eileen B. Entin, Aptima, Inc., United States

    The United States Air Force is positioned to take full advantage of Internet2 technologies. This paper summarizes the Air Force's Distributed Mission Training Research Network (DMT-Rnet), an... More

    pp. 24-31

  3. An Investigation into the limitations of the Border Gateway Protocol in controlling Internet Congestion

    Derek Woods, Nadene McDermot & Kevin Curran, University of Ulster, United Kingdom

    Congestion is increasingly becoming a major problem for the Internet, making many types of file transfer both unstable and unreliable. It is the purpose of this study to research the effects of... More

    pp. 32-38

  4. The Internet and Peer-to-Peer Computer Networking: The Principal Attributes of P2p Learning

    Joongkak Kook, Sahmyook University

    In the Internet Age, learning behavior is changing. Rapidly developing computer technologies and communications offer the means of creating new learning activities. And, they are connecting... More

    pp. 39-44

  5. Using the Web to Conduct Laboratory

    Reggie Kwan, The Open University of Hong Kong, China

    Asynchronous communication in traditional courses has proven to be inadequate in both the turn-around time and the lack of physical and psychological connection between the learners and the... More

    pp. 45-49