Computer Networks, Volume 30
Volume 30, Numbers 1-7, 1 April 1998
Proceedings of WWW
: Specifying Metadata Standards for Metadata Tool Configuration.
Stephen J. Green
: Automated Link Generation: Can we do Better than Term Repetition?
: Full-Text Indexing of Non-Textual Resources.
, Junho Shim
: Facilitating Complex Web Queries Through Visual User Interfaces and Query Relaxation.
: From Home Page to Home Site: Effective Web Resource Discovery at the ANU.
: Using an Intranet for Real-Time Production Management: Experiences and Effects.
: In-Place Editing of Web Pages: Sparrow Community-Shared Documents.
: Cyber Courts: Using the Internet to Assist Court Processes.
Carlos F. Enguix
: Database Querying on the World Wide Web: UniGuide, an Object-Relational Search Engine for Australian Universities.
: Communities, Networks, and Education.
Thomas J. Alexandre
: A Java-Based Platform for Intellectual Property Protection on the World Wide Web.
: Are we Yet Cyborgs? University Students and the Practical Consequences of Human-Machine Subjectivity.
, Ching-Chi Hsu
: Integrating Query Expansion and Conceptual Relevance Feedback for Personalized Web Information Retrieval.
: Using Perceived Ease of Use and Perceived Usefulness to Predict Acceptance of the World Wide Web.
Karen E. Goeller
: Web-based Collaborative Learning: A Perspective on the Future.
: Adding Style and Behaviour to Web Pages with a Dash of Spice.
Stuart A. Sutton
: Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM): Metadata for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval.
: On the Design of an Intelligent Exploratory Environment for Geographic Climates on WWW.
: XML and the Desperate Tcl Hacker.
: Clean Up Your Web Pages with HP's HTML Tidy.
: Developing On-Line Courses - Teacher Support Needs.
Lorrie Faith Cranor
: Laws, Self-Regulation, and P3P: Will W3C's Privacy Platform Help Make the Web Safe for Privacy?
: Web Accessibility: Technical and Business Challenges, Implementation Successes.
: Accessibility and Universal Design: Advantages and Impact for Business, Government and Developers.
: XML and RDF: The Promise and the Reality of New Web Architectures.
Volume 30, Number 8, 1 May 1998
Volume 30, Numbers 9-10, 27 May 1998
Volume 30, Number 11, 22 June 1998
Volume 30, Number 12, 13 July 1998
Volume 30, Number 13, 3 August 1998
Advanced Electronic Publishing
, Mark Gaved
: Development of the Design Information Centre: Multimedia Assets for Industrial Design (MAID).
: Multimedia Applications for Local Newspapers and Local Information.
Alberto G. Corona
: Multimedia Broker Project: A Tool for Electronic Information Publishers.
Volume 30, Number 14, 31 August 1998
Volume 30, Number 15, 16 September 1998
Feature Interactions in Telecommunications Software
Kenneth J. Turner
: An Architectural Description of Intelligent Network Features and Their Interactions.
, Evan H. Magill
: The Network Operator's Perspective: Detecting and Resolving Feature Interaction Problems.
Volume 30, Numbers 16-18, 30 September 1998
Towards Networking and Services in the Year 2001
: Distributed Publishing: Delivering Publisher-Neutral Information to the Research Community.
: Subject Gateways: Fulfilling the DESIRE for Knowledge.
: Smart Access: Strong Authentication on the Web.
: Privacy Protection for Public Directory Services.
, Werner Zorn
: Developing Networks Management Applications in an Application-Oriented Way Using Mobile Agent.
Matthew K. O. Lee
: Internet-Based Financial EDI: Towards a Theory of Its Organizational Adoption.
: COPEARMS and ERMS: Safeguarding Intellectual Property Rights in the Digital Age.
: Negotiating Security Among end Users: Concept and Test in a Simulation Study for the Public Health Service.
: Methods for Performance-Analysis of Internet Access Points.
, George Neisser
: Re-Engineering the Desktop: Taking the Knowledge-Base to the User to Support Education and City Communities.
: TEN-34CZ: High-Speed Academic Network on Microwave Links.
: Teleteaching Scenarios for High Bandwidth Networks.
: The Web: Interactive and Multimedia Education.
Volume 30, Number 19, 14 October 1998
ATM Traffic Management
Volume 30, Numbers 20-21, 12 November 1998
Graphics Research and Education on the World Wide Web
: Classification: a basis for understanding tools in declarative modelling.
: A high level class library for dynamic virtual world modelling.
: A study on computer-based geometric modelling in engineering graphics.
: Tools and widgets for spatial sound authoring.
: Trends in computer-mediated art and design: examples from the centre for electronic arts.
James L. Mohler
: Migrating course materials to the World Wide Web: a case study of the Department of Technical Graphics at Purdue University.
: Compositing computer graphics and real world video sequences.
Volume 30, Numbers 22-23, 25 November 1998
Selected Papers of the 3rd International Caching Workshop, Manchester, 15-17 June 1997
: When to Kill your Siblings: Cache Mesh Relation Analysis.
, Terry Moore
: The Internet2 Distributed Storage Infrastructure Project: An Architecture for Internet Content Channels.
, Graham P. Fletcher
: Exp1: A Comparison Between a Simple Adaptive Caching Agent Using Document Life Histories and Existing Cache Techniques.
Volume 30, Number 24, 14 December 1998
Dennis P. C. Iun
, Xi-Ren Cao
: Performance Analysis of a Nonblocking ATM Switch with a Bufferless Internal Speedup Fabric.
H. N. Kundaeli
: Comparison of Some CCITT and Computed Design Parameters.