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The Internet Encyclopedia, Volume 1 (A - F)

The Internet Encyclopedia, Volume 1 (A - F)

Hossein Bidgoli (Editor-in-Chief)

ISBN: 978-0-471-68994-2

Nov 2004

851 pages

$320.99

Description

The Internet Encyclopedia in a 3-volume reference work on the internet as a business tool, IT platform, and communications and commerce medium.
1. Active Server Pages.

2. ActiveX.

3. ActiveX Data Objects (ADO).

4. Application Server Provider (ASP).

5. Authentication.

6. Benchmarking.

7. Biometric Authentication.

8. Bluetooth - A Wireless Personal-Area Network.

9. Business Reporting with XML: XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language).

10. Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Internet Business Models.

11. Business-to-Business (B2B) Internet Business Models.

12. Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce.

13. Business-to-Consumer Electronic Commerce.

14. C/C++.

15. Capacity Planning for Web Services.

16. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

17. Censorship.

18. Circuit, Message, and Packet Switching.

19. Click-and-Brick Electronic Commerce.

20. Client/Server Computing.

21. Collaborative Commerce (C-Commerce).

22. Collaborative Virtual Reality (Virtual Reality on the Internet).

23. Common Gateway Interface (CGI) Scripts.

24. Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs).

25. Computer Game Design for the World Wide Web.

26. Computer Literacy.

27. Computer Viruses and Worms.

28. Conducted Communications Media.

29. Consumer Behavior.

30. Convergence of Data, Voice and Video.

31. Copyright Law.

32. Customer Relationship Management on the Web.

33. Cyber Crime and Fraud.

34. Cyberlaw: The Major Areas, Development, and Provisions.

35. Cyberstalking.

36. Cyberterrorism.

37. Data Compression.

38. Data Mining.

39. Data Warehouses and Data Marts.

40. Databases on the Web.

41. Denial of Access Attacks.

42. Developing a Business Plan for an Electronic Commerce Project.

43. Development a Marketing Plan for an Electronic Commerce Project.

44. Developing and Maintaining Supply Network Relationships and Strategies.

45. Digital Communications.

46. Digital Divide (the).

47. Digital Economy.

48. Digital Identity.

49. Digital Libraries.

50. Digital Signatures and Electronic Signatures.

51. Disaster Recovery Planning.

52. Distance Learning (Virtual Learning).

53. Downloading from the Web.

54. Dynamic DHTML.

55. Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business.

56. Electronic Commerce Security Threats.

57. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).

58. Electronic Funds Transfer.

59. Electronic Mail and Instant Messenger.

60. Electronic Payment.

61. E-manufacturing.

62. eMarketplaces.

63. Encryption.

64. Enhanced TV.

65. Enterprise resource Planning (ERP).

66.E-procurement.

67. Extensible Markup Language (XML).

68. Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) (The).

69. Extranets.

70. Feasibility of Global E-business Projects.

71. File Types.

72. Firewalls.

73. Fuzzy Logic.