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International Seminar on Client/Server Computing

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  • Location: La Hulpe, Belgium
  • Conference date: 30-31 Oct. 1995
  • Conference number: 1995/184
  • The following topics were dealt with: client server technology and supporting infrastructure; networked multimedia services; client server business solutions and costs; object oriented application design and standards; object data model; and open client/server solutions and training

20 items found

  • Client/server: Why? What? How?
  • Designing client/server systems
  • CICERO: developing complex distributed control systems using object technology
  • Open systems evolution
  • An object model of data, based on the ODMG industry standard for database applications
  • Interoperable object models for large scale distributed systems
  • Life-cycle models for developing current and future client/server software: procedural centric vs. data centric (object-oriented) approach
  • WWW in an open office system
  • Client/server communications futures
  • Teaching client server computing to undergraduates and postgraduates
  • Future frameworks for open client-server technologies
  • Client-server computing requirements of networked multimedia services
  • Client/server trends in on-line services, conference systems and bulletin boards
  • Successful system architecture development for enterprise wide client server implementation
  • DREAM: a problem solving environment for aeronautical industry
  • Modelling business relationships for effective client-server and open systems delivery
  • How to control the costs of client/server developments
  • Nat Systems: the client/server company
  • Client/server computing - an engine for change and growth
  • The client/server challenge
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