• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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A Derivation of Resource Level Domain Names


Young-S. Han, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 179-0, Feb. 2008
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Keywords: DNS, Domain names, URN, HFN, Naming Architecture

Abstract

The access to web applications has continuously evolved toward the adoption of content centric interfaces. Services and information items are much of user's concern than web sites. For an efficient accommodation of increasing needs of content oriented operations, the scope of domain names is extended in two directions. A naming scheme is derived that is suitable for resource level access units and the semantics of domain names is conceived as very flexible functions. First extension regards the removal of unnecessary TLD's of domain names for resource level binding. Second extension makes the resource level domain names rich in functional binding and consequently various applications can be directly triggered by the invocation of domain names without intervening medium. These extensions may lay a certain direction for the future internet evolution.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Young-S. Han (2008). A Derivation of Resource Level Domain Names. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9(1), 179-0.

[IEEE Style]
Y. Han, "A Derivation of Resource Level Domain Names," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 179-0, 2008.

[ACM Style]
Young-S. Han. 2008. A Derivation of Resource Level Domain Names. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9, 1, (2008), 179-0.