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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The increasing interest in the Internet of the recent years results in a growing number of users as well as improved network infrastructure, quality and performance. This is the basis for a new kind of software, which is running via the Internet. That means the software is installed an a server connected to the Internet and accessed and executed by a remote client. Such Internet based software provides several benefits. Once distributed by a server, Internet based software is available world-wide and depending on its implementation it can be executed without previous installation on the client machine. Further software updates and patches are not distributed to the users any more. Only the server has to be updated and the new version is available to all users immediately. For commercial use it is not necessary that customers buy the software any more, they download and pay only the module they need or they pay just for every access with the server application. It is also possible to place a high-performance or application specific computer at the server side and provide computation time for special tasks to the users. Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents: Abstract1 Chapter 1: Introduction1 Chapter 2: Project Objective1 Chapter 3: Methodology2 3.1An Overview of TCP/IP Protocols and the Internet2 3.1.1Definition of Internet2 3.1.2What is TCP/IP?2 3.1.3The TCP/IP Protocol Architecture2 3.1.4The Network Interface Layer2 3.1.5The Internet Layer2 3.1.6The Transport Layer Protocol (TCP)3 3.1.7The TCP/IP Application Layer3 3.1.8TCP/IP Paket3 3.1.9TCP/IP Transport Diagram4 3.2What are Ports?4 3.3What is a Socket?4 3.4Programming Languages5 3.4.1Advantages of Java5 220.127.116.11Java is Distributed6 18.104.22.168Java is Interpreted6 22.214.171.124Java is Architecture Neutral and Portable6 3.4.2Advantages of C++6 126.96.36.199C++ is High Performanced6 188.8.131.52C++ is Platform independent with QT7 184.108.40.206C++ is a popular Language7 220.127.116.11C++ is a powerful Language7 3.4.3Solution of our Task7 Chapter 4: Detail Description of the Program8 4.1Class Overview of the Program8 4.1.1UML Illustration of the Java Client8 4.1.2Detail Descriptionof the Java Client8 18.104.22.168AppletClient Class8 22.214.171.124NetClient Class10 126.96.36.199SocketOpener Class10 188.8.131.52ClientInputStream Class10 184.108.40.206ClientOutputStream Class11 4.1.3UML Illustration of the QT Server11 4.1.4Detail Descriptionof the QT Server12 220.127.116.11Main [...]
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