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MULTI USER SECURITY FOR MULTICAST COMMUNICATION


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Created at: Wednesday 06th of October 2010 02:25:58 AM
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ents are automatically notified of incoming messages) or sent to special individuals (private chatting through server) where during this operation all messages are encrypted at the sender side and decrypted at the recipient to disallow any hackers to the server from reading these private messag..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



INFORMATION DISCOVERY IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS A NOVEL CONCEPT BASED ON MODELLING OF


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Created at: Wednesday 17th of June 2009 01:09:40 AM
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ts. The architecture thus evolved needed a mechanism to support information processing and discovery. This necessitated the introduction of the novel concept of infotrons. Further, when a computing machine has to perform any meaningful extraction of information, it is guided by what is termed an infotron dictionary.
The other empirical study was to find out which of the two prominent markup languages namely HTML and XML, is best suited for the incorporation of infotrons. A comparative study of 200 documents in HTML and XML was undertaken. The result was in favour of XML.

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Multicast


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Tuesday 07th of April 2009 11:53:09 PM
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Imagine a scenario where a professor wants to conduct a real-time class with 50 students participating through the network. If the multimedia application for the conferencing employs unicasting, the professor's computer repeatedly sends out 50 audio streams to the student's computers. Unicasting wastes bandwidth because it sends 50 duplicate copies over the network, and causes a significant delay before the last student hears the professor. The audio stream could also flood every corner of the network and possibly bring the network down. Multicasting comes to the rescue..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Bioinformatiocs Role Of Software In It Full Download Seminar Report and Paper Prese


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sciences. As the popularity of genomic research increases, the demand for these specialists greatly exceeds the supply. In the past, the genome project has benefited immensely from the talents of non-biological scientists, and their participation in the future is likely to be even more crucial. Through this report I have tried to analyze the future requirements in development of advances technologies in this field and what role, we, as software engineers can play in development of these technologies.
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Consistency Mechanisms In Distributed Systems Full Seminar Report Download


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Created at: Tuesday 07th of April 2009 10:17:51 AM
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age conventional client-server locking mechanisms to adapt them to distributed backgrounds. They present strong consi..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



MultiCast


Posted by: Computer Science Clay
Created at: Wednesday 25th of February 2009 03:19:13 AM
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The concept of multicast was introduced by Steve Deering in the '80's. Adding multicast to the internet does not alter the basic model of the network. Any host can send multicast data, but with a new type of address called a host group address. IPv4 has reserved class D addresses to support multicasting. A user can dynamically subscribe to the group to receive multicast traffic by informing a local router that it is interested in a particular multicast group. However, it is not necessary to belong to a group to send multicast.

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Biometrics Based Authentication Systems Download Full Abstract And Report


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Created at: Saturday 21st of February 2009 12:57:03 PM
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the credit card initiated the transaction. In the modern distributed systems environment, the traditional authentication policy based on a simple combination of user ID and password has become inadequate. Fortunately, automated biometrics in general, and fingerprint technology in particular, can provide a much more accurate and reliable user authentication method. Biometrics is a rapidly advancing field that is concerned with identifying a person based on his or her physiological or behavioral characteristics. Examples of automated biometrics include fingerprint, face, iris, and speech recogni..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Multicast


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Sunday 21st of September 2008 11:25:08 PM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Thursday 01st of April 2010 02:54:19 AM
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router's job is to move information between the two networks. Most routers today are unicast routers: They are designed to move information from a specific place to another specific place. However, routers that include multicasting capabilities are becoming more common. The job of each mrouter is to encapsulate and de capsulate each multicast packet as a regular Internet Protocol (IP) packet and send it through the tunnel to another mrouter. This set of mrouters in the internet is called MBone (multicast backbone). Presently, some of the existing internet routers have been enhanced to support ..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



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