The Internet Encyclopedia, Volume 1

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Hossein Bidgoli
John Wiley & Sons, 2004 - Business & Economics - 880 pages
The definitive, three-volume Internet Encyclopedia covers every aspect of the Internet for professionals. This up-to-date compendium offers a broad perspective on the Internet as a business tool, an IT platform, and a medium for communications and commerce. It presents leading-edge theory and recent developments as described by global experts from such prestigious institutions as Stanford University and Harvard University, and such leading corporations as Microsoft and Sun Microsystems. Key features include: Detailed cross-referencing and extensive references to additional reading More than 200 articles vigorously peer-reviewed by more than 800 academics and practitioners from around the world More than 1,000 illustrations and tables for in-depth understanding of complex subjects Eleven major subject categories that address key issues in design, utilization, and management of Internet-based systems.

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Contents

Online Dispute Resolution
43
Alan Gaitenby
50
Cascading Style Sheets CSS Web Site Design
80
Bruce Garrison
82
Java Mobile Devices and Protocols
95
Business Plans for Ecommerce Projects
96
Online Religion ConsumerOriented Electronic Commerce
118
Volume 1
123
CC++
384
Sviatoslav Braynov
400
Chuck Kelley
412
Denial of Service Attacks
424
Internet Security Standards
433
Developing Nations
434
Telecommuting and Telework
436
DHTML Dynamic HyperText Markup
444

Kirk Hallahan
151
Active Server Pages
172
Charles Abzug Linda S Bruenjes
174
Roman Erenshteyn Robert H Greenfield
176
ActiveX
198
Stan Kurkovsky
218
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224
Gerard J Burke and Asoo J Vakharia
227
ActiveX Data Objects ADO
236
Bhushan Kapoor
242
HansArno Jacobsen
247
Authentication
259
Organizational Impact
261
Vasja Vehovar and Vesna Dolnicar
272
Internet Etiquette Netiquette
274
Internet Literacy
282
Wayman
284
Brent A Miller
294
Politics
296
Multiplexing Authentication
297
Internet Navigation Basics Services and Portals
298
Mark Smith
302
Business Plans for Ecommerce Projects
303
Julian J
315
Volume 3
320
Pratap Reddy
324
BusinesstoBusiness B2B Internet
326
Passwords
328
Internet Relay Chat IRC
334
BusinesstoConsumer B2C Internet
335
Developing and Maintaining
336
Patent
340
Taxation Issues
351
Capacity Planning for Web Services
352
PeertoPeer Systems
362
Cascading Style Sheets CSS
373
Sviatoslav Braynov University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
455
Digital Communication
457
Digital Divide
468
Digital Economy
474
Designing for People with Disabilities
477
Digital Identity
493
Digital Libraries
505
Patrick J Fahy Reed College
514
Raymond R Panko
523
Digital Signatures and Electronic Signatures
526
Value Chain Analysis
525
and Taxation Issues
534
Disaster Recovery Planning
535
Distance Learning Virtual Learning
549
Internet2
557
Virtual Enterprises Online Auctions
559
Downloading from the Internet
561
J Cecil
568
Ebusiness ROI Simulations
577
Linda S Bruenjes Carolyn J Siccama
579
Egovernment
590
Electronic Commerce and Electronic
601
Electronic Data Interchange EDI
611
William T Schiano
613
Andrew Johnson and Jason Leigh
616
Electronic Funds Transfer
624
Electronic Payment
634
Janice E Carrillo Michael A Carrillo
635
Electronic Procurement
645
Email and Instant Messaging
660
Richard E Potter Atul A Salvekar
661
Emarketplaces
671
Physical Security
687
Webcasting
704
Robert W Proctor Bentley College
765
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HOSSEIN BIDGOLI, PhD, is Professor of Management Information Systems at California State University, Bakersfield. Dr. Bidgoli helped set up the first PC lab in the United States. He is the author of 43 textbooks, 27 manuals, and over four dozen technical articles and papers on various aspects of computer applications, e-commerce, and information systems published and presented throughout the world. Dr. Bidgoli was selected as the California State University, Bakersfield's 2001-2002 Professor of the Year. Professor Bidgoli is the author or editor of 41 books, numerous peer-reviewed articles and a trainer and consultant. Professor Bidgoli lives in Bakersfield with his wife and two children.

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