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By S. G. Akl, F. Fiala, W. W. Koczkodaj (eds.)

This quantity includes chosen and invited papers awarded on the foreign convention on Computing and knowledge, ICCI '90, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, might 23-26, 1990. ICCI meetings offer a global discussion board for featuring new ends up in learn, improvement and functions in computing and data. Their basic target is to advertise an interchange of principles and cooperation among practitioners and theorists within the interdisciplinary fields of computing, verbal exchange and knowledge idea. The 4 major subject parts of ICCI '90 are: - info and coding thought, information and chance, - Foundations of computing device technology, conception of algorithms and programming, - Concurrency, parallelism, communications, networking, desktop structure and VLSI, - facts and software program engineering, databases, specialist structures, details structures, choice making, and AI methodologies.

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When the super-peer network grows in size, the DHT provides a scalable means of locating other nodes as we discussed in Section 4. Finally, by serving as a global metadata index that is partitioned among super-peers, the DHT facilitates building a distributed metadata repository that can be queried efficiently. Client service. Nodes implementing the client service are called clients. A client connects to the network through a single super-peer node, which is its access point. Clients can connect, disconnect or even leave the system silently at any time.

Pyrounakis, and M. Nikolaidou Digital Object Prototypes and Instances A Digital Object Prototype provides a detailed specification of a digital object’s constitutional parts. The process of generating a digital object based on a prototype is called instantiation and the resulted object is called an instance of the prototype. The digital object instantiation process ensures that the acquired object instance will conform with the specifications residing in the prototype, making it automatically behave in the prototype-specified manner.

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