Integration-Ready Architecture and Design
Software Engineering with XML, Java, .NET, Wireless, Speech, and Knowledge Technologies
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- Author: Jeff Zhuk, Internet Technology School, Inc.
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Written by a software architect and experienced trainer, the book brilliantly integrates theory and practice, going from foundations and concepts to architecture, design, and code examples. Through deep insights into almost all areas of modern CIS and IT, Zhuk provides an entry into the new world of integrated knowledge and software engineering. Readers will learn the "what's, why's, and how's" on: J2EE, J2ME, .NET, JSAPI, JMS, JMF, SALT, VoiceXML, WAP, 802.11, CDNA, GPRS, CycL, XML, and multiple XML-based technologies including RDF, DAML, SOAP, UDDI, and WDSL. The book turns these abbreviations into understandable concepts and examples. Students, architects, designers, and management benefit from innovative ideas and detailed examples for building multi-dimensional worlds of enterprise applications and creating distributed knowledge marketplace.Read more
- Architecture, design, and code patterns for 'integration ready' service components with Java and XML.
- Presentation factories of VoiceXML, WAP, and Web technologies
- Extending existing business with e-business and wireless services and joining distributed knowledge alliance
Reviews & endorsements
"This is the new road map for a new generation of students and specialists dedicated to the field of IT and computer information systems." V. Genin, Ph.D., Professor of Engineering, Stanford University, University of PhoenixSee more reviews
"This book brings software engineering newbies as well as experts in this area up to date with the latest technologies, software scalability, and integration issues. It will definitely help us create a bridge between software engineering and knowledge-based technologies." Professor V. O. Safonov, Ph.D., head of the Laboratory of Java Technology, St. Petersburg University, Russia
"An impressive attempt to re-define software and knowledge engineering for the "post-dotcom" era!" V. Kaptelinin, Ph.D, Department of Informatics, Umeá University, Sweden
"The book is a brilliant synergy of theory and experience. Filled with fundamental concepts together with innovative and yet very practical approaches to modern software engineering, it answers the most important questions of today and allows us to look into the future." A. Nozik, General Director, Specialized Engineering, Integration, and Automation Company, SZMA
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- Date Published: January 2006
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511133787
- contains: 50 b/w illus.
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
1. Collaborative engineering
2. Software architecture and integration technologies 3. From specific tasks to 'integration-ready' components
4. Integration with voice
5. An introduction to knowledge technologies
6. Write once
7. The new generation of client-server software
8. Wireless technologies 9. Programming wireless application protocol applications
10. A single Jav card identity key for all doors and services
11. The J2ME family
12. Speech technologies on the way to a natural user interface
13. Integration with knowledge
14. Distributed life in JZTA and Jini communities
Appendix 1. Java and C#, saga of siblings
Apendix 2. XML and Web services
Appendix 3. Source examples.
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