Anhang A: Literaturverzeichnis

[ACM, 94]                   ACM: „Inteligent Agents“, Special Issue of Communications of the ACM, Vol. 37, No. 7, July 1994.

[Ahamad, 85]               Ahamad, Mustaque and A.J. Bernstein: „An Application of Name Based Addressing to Low Level Distributed Algorithms“, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. SE-11, No.1, January 1985, pp.59–66.

[Ahamad, 87]               Ahamad, Mustaque: „An efficient algorithm for name resolution in computer networks“, ACM Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, April 1987, Vol. 13, No. 4&5, pp. 301–311.

[Alberti, 92]                  Alberti, B., Anklesaria, F., Lindner, P., McCahill, M. and Torrey, D.: „The Internet Gopher Protocol: A distributed Document Search and Retrieval Protocol“, Available by anonymous ftp from in directory pub/gopher/gopher_protocol.

[ANSA, 89]                 ANSA: „The Advanced Network Systems Architecture (ANSA) Reference Manual“, Castle Hill, Cambridge England: Architecture Project Management.

[Apers, 88]                   Apers, P.M.G: „Data Allocation in Distributed Database Systems“, ACM Transactions on Database Systems, Vol. 13, No. 3, Sept. 1988, pp. 263–304.

[Apollo, 88]                  Apollo Computer, Inc.: „Managing the NCS Location Broker“, 011895-A00, 1988.

[Apple, 87]                   Apple Computer, Inc.: „Apple File Sharing Protocol“, Cupertino, California, Technical Documentation, 1987.

[Apple, 90]                   Apple Computer, Inc.: „Inside AppleTalk“, Cupertino, California, Addison-Wesely-Verlag, 1990.

[Apple, 92]                   Apple Computer, Inc.: „Inside Macintosh“, Vol. I–VI, Cupertino, California, Addison-Wesely-Verlag, 1986–1992.

[Apple, 93]                   Apple Computer, Inc.: „Newton Programmer’s Guide“, 1994.

[Austein, 87]                Austein, R.: „The Internet Domain Name System“, Proceedings of USA Decus, Massachusetts Institute Technology/LCS, 1987.

[Austein, 94]                Austein, R. and J. Saperia: „DNS Resolver MIB Extensions“, RFC 1612, Domain Name System Working Group of the IETF

[Autenrieth, 90]            Autenrieth, K., H. Dappa, M. Grevel, W. Kubalski und T. Bartsch: „Technik verteilter Betriebssysteme – Konzepte, Trends, Realisie­rungen“, Hüthig Buch Verlag, Heidelberg, 1990.

[Bain, 88]                     Bain, William L.: „A Global Object Name Space for the Intel Hypercube high-level communication software, iPSC“, Pasadena, CA 1988 ACM, 3rd Conference on Hypercube Concurrent Computers and Applications, Vol. I, Architecture, Software, Computer Systems and General Issues, January 1988, pp.570–574.

[Barabara, 92]              Barabara, D. and C. Clifton: „Information Brokers: Sharing knowledge in a heterogeneous distributed system“, Technical Report MITL-TR-31-92, Matsushita Information Technology Laboratory, Princeton, NJ, October 1992.

[Barak, 86]                   Barak, Amnon, Dalia Malki, and Richard Wheeler: „AFS, BFS, CFS … or Distributed File Systems for UNIX“, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel), Department of Computer Science.

[Baratz, 87]                  Baratz, Alan, Inder Gopal, and Parviz Kermani: „ADIVICE: A Directory Architecture for Distributed Systems“, TC6/WG7.3, Intl. Conf. on Data Comm. Systems and their Performance, Brazil, 1987.

[Barker, 91]                 Barker, P. and S. Kille: „The COSINE and Internet X.500 Schema“, RFC 1274, November 1991.

[Barker, 94]                 Barker, P., S. Kille, and T. Lenggenhager: „Naming and Structuring Guidelines for X.500 Directory Pilots“, RFC 1617, May 1994.

[Batini, 86]                   Batini, C., M. Lenzerini, and S.B. Navathe: „A comparative analysis of methodologies for database scheme integration“, ACM Computing Surveys, 18(4), December 1986, pp. 323–354.

[Bayer, 77]                   Bayer, Rudolf and Karl Unterauer: „Prefix B-trees“, ACM Transactions on Database Systems, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1977, pp. 11–26.

[Bayer, 93]                   Bayer, T.: „CORBA – OMG-Standard für verteilte Objekte“, iX Multiuser Multitasking Magazin, No. 2, Februar 1993, pp. 24–33.

[Berners-Lee, 92]         Berners-Lee, T.J., R. Cailliau, J. Groff, and B. Pollermann: „World-Wide Web: The Information Universe“, Electronic Networking: Research, Applications and Policy, 2(1), Meckler Publications, Westport Connecticut, Spring 1992, pp. 52–58.

[Berners-Lee, 94]         Berners-Lee, T., L. Masinter, and M. McCahill: „Uniform Resource Locators (URL)“, RFC 1738.

[Betz, 89]                     Betz, David Michael: „Xscheme: An Object-oriented Scheme“, Peterborough, NH, 1989.

[Beuter, 96]                  Beuter, T., Peter Dadam: „Prinzipien der Replikationskontrolle in verteilten Datenbanken“, GI Forschung und Entwicklung, Vol. 4, No. 11, Nov. 1996, pp. 203–212.

[Bhagwat, 93]              Bhagwat, P. and Charles Perkins: „A Mobile Networking System Based on Internet Protocol“, USENIX Symp. Mobile and Location-Independent Computing., Cambridge Mass., August 1993.

[Biber, 89]                    Biber, A.: „X.500 Directory – ein elementarer Baustein einer zukünf­tigen OSI-Infrastruktur“, Datacom (1989), Heft 1, pp. 72–76.

[Biber, 92]                    Biber, A.: „Verteilte Verarbeitung: Grundlagen des DCE, Teil 3: Directory Dienste“, iX No. 7, 1992, pp. 114–118.

[Bidlingmaier, 91]         Bidlingmaier, K., and P. Pawlita: „Distributed Computing Environment DCE – ein Meilenstein in der verteilten Verarbeitung“, Datacom (1991), Heft 8, pp. 74–77.

[Birell, 82]                    Birell, A.D., Ra. Levin, R.M. Needham, and M. Schroeder: „Grapevine: An Exercise in Distributed Computing“, Comm. of the ACM, No. 25 / 1982, pp. 250–273.

[Birell, 84]                    Birell, A.D, R.M. Needham, and M.D. Schroeder: „Experience with Grapevine: The Growth of a Distributed System“, ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, Vol. 2, pp. 3–23, 1984.

[Birell, 86]                    Birell, A.D., B.W. Lampson, R.M. Needham, and M.D. Schroeder: „A global authentication service without global trust“, In Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, April 1986, pp. 223–230.

[Birmingham, 96]          Birmingham, Judy: „Internet Search Engines“, March 13, 1996. Available HTTP:

[Birrel, 87]                   Birrel, A., M. Jones, and E. Wobber: „A Simple and Efficient Implementation for Small Databases“, Proc. 11th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, Nov. 1987, pp. 149–154.

[Borghoff, 89]              Borghoff, Uwe: „Dynamische Dateilokation innerhalb eines volltranspa­renten verteilten Dateisystems“, Dissertation, Technische Universität München, August 1990.

[Borning, 87]                Borning A., R. Duisberg, and B. Freeman-Benson: „Constraint Hierarchies“, In Proceedings of OOPSLA 87, October 1987, pp. 48–60.

[Bound, 94]                  Bond, Jim and Peter Ford: „Dynamic Updates in the Domain Name System (DNS): Architecture and Mechanisms“, RFC 1531.

[Bowman, 90a]             Bowman, Mic, Larry L. Peterson, and Andrey Yeatts: „Univers: An Attribute-Based Name Server“, Software–Practice and Experience, Vol. 20, No. 4, April 1990, pp. 403–424.

[Bowman, 90b]             Bowman, Mic, Saumya K. Debray, and Larry L. Peterson: „Reasoning About Naming Systems“, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (USA), May 1990.

[Bowman, 94]              Bowman, C. Mic, Peter B. Danzig, Udi Manber, and Michael F. Schwartz: „Scalable Internet Resource Discovery: Research Problems and Approaches“, Communications of the ACM, 37(8), pp. 98–107, August 1994.

[Brandt, 96]                  Brandt, D. Scott. „Relevancy and Searching the Internet.“ Computers in Libraries 16.8 (September 1996): 35, 38-9.

[Brockschmidt, 95]       Kraig Brockschmidt: „Inside OLE“, 2nd edition, Microsoft Press, 1995.

[Brownbridge, 82]         Brownbridge, D.R., L.F. Marshall, and B. Randell: „The Newcastle Connection, or UNIXes for the world unite!“, Software Practice and Experience 12, pp. 1147–1162, July 1982.

[Brownlee, 96]             Brownlee, Rowan. „Web4Lib Archive: Search Engines - Ref. List“. April 9, 1996. Available HTTP:

[Buhr, 89]                    Buhr, P. A. and C. R. Zarnke: „Addressing in a Persistent Environment“, Proc. of Workshop on persistent object systems, January 1989, Newcastle NSW (Australia), pp. 36–50.

[Callon, 88]                  Callon, R. and H. W Braun: „Guidelines for the use of Internet-IP addresses in the ISO connectionless-mode network protocol“, RFC 1069, Internet Request for Comments, Network Information Center, SRI International, Menlo Park, California, USA, February.

[Campbell, 90]              Campbell, R. H. and P. W. Madany: "Considerations of Persistence and Security in Choices, an Object-Oriented Operating System". Bremen (Federal Republic of Germany), May 1990

[Campbell, 96]              Campbell, Karen: „Understanding and Comparing Search Engines“, April 1996. Available HTTP:

[Carter, 95]                  Carter, John B., Dilip Khandekar, and Linus Kamb: „Distributed Shared Memory: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Headed.“, Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems, May 1995.

[CCITT, 88a]               CCITT.X.200: „Reference Model of Open Systems Interconnection for CCITT applications“, Blue Book, FASCICLE VIII.4, Recommendations X.200–219, November 1988.

[CCITT, 88]                 CCITT: „X. 209: Open Systems Interconnention: Specification of Basic Encoding Rules for Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)“, CCITT recommendations, 1988 (also ISO 8825).

[CCITT, 89]                 CCITT: „X 500: The Directory-Overview of Concepts, Models and Services“, CCITT Recommendations/ISO 9594, Vol VIII – Fascicle VIII.8, Geneva, 1989.

[CCITT/ISO, 88]          CCITT/ISO: „The Directory, Part 1: Overview of Concepts, Models and Services“, CCITT/ISO, Gloucester England, December 1988. CCITT Draft Recommendation X.500/ISO DIS 9594-1.

[Ceri, 84]                     Ceri, S. and G. Pelagatti: „Distributed Databases: Principles and Systems“, Computer Science Series, McGraw-Hill, 1984.

[Chandy, 85]                Chandy, K.M. and L. Lamport: „Distributed Snapshots: determining global states of distributed systems“, ACM Transactions on Computing Systems, 3(1): pp. 63–75, 1985.

[Chappell, 96]               David Chappell: „Understanding ActiveX and OLE“, by, Microsoft Press, 1996.

[Cheng, 84]                  Cheng, R. F: „Naming and addressing in interconnected computer networks“, Report 84-1702, University of Illinois, Department of Computer Science, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA, January 1984.

[Cheriton, 84a]             Cheriton, David R. and Timothy P. Mann: „Uniform Access to Distributed Name Interpretation in the V-System“, San Francisco, CA 1984, IEEE, 4th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, May 1984, pp. 290–297.

[Cheriton, 84b]             Cheriton, David R.: „The V Kernel: A Software Base for Distributed Systems“, IEEE Software, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1984, pp. 19–42.

[Cheriton, 86]               Cheriton, David R. and Timothy P. Mann: „A decentralized naming facility“, Computer Science Department, Stanford University, 1986.

[Cheriton, 88]               Cheriton, David R.: „The V Distributed System“, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 31, No. 3, March 1988, pp. 314–333.

[Cheriton, 89]               Cheriton, D.R. and T.P. Mann: „Decentralizing a Global Naming Service for Improved Performance and Fault Tolerance“, ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, Vol. 7, No. 2, May 1989, pp. 147–183.

[Coleman, 93]               Coleman, S.S., D.C.M. Wood, and M.F. Schwartz: „Fremont: A System for Discovering Network Characteristics and Problems“, To appear, Proceedings of the USENIX Winter Conference, San Diego, California January 1993.

[Comer, 79]                  Comer, Douglas: „The Ubiquitous B-Tree“, Computing Surveys, Vol. 11, No. 2, June 1979.

[Comer, 86a]                Comer, Douglas E. and Thomas P. Murtagh: „The Tilde File Naming Scheme“, Los Angeles, CA 1986 IEEE Computer Society, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, 1986, pp. 509–514.

[Comer, 86b]                Comer, Douglas E. and Larry L. Peterson: „A Model of Name Resolution in Distributed Systems“, IEEE Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Cambridge, May 1986, pp. 523–531.

[Comer, 87]                  Comer, Douglas E. and Larry L. Peterson: „Names and Name Resolution“, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, NY, Concurrency control and reliability in distrinuted systems, ISBN 0-442-21148-1, 1987, pp. 489–524.

[Comer, 88]                  Comer, Douglas E.: „Internetworking with TCP/IP“, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1988

[Comer, 89]                  Comer, Douglas E. and Larry L. Peterson: „Understanding Naming in Distributed Systems“, Department of Computer Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Technical Report 85-27a, February 1987, see also Distributed Computing, Vol. 3 No. 2, Springer Verlag 1989, pp. 51–60.

[Comer, 90]                  Comer, Douglas, R.E. Droms, and Thomas P. Murtagh: „An experimental implementation of the Tilde naming system“, Computing Systems, 4(3), Fall 1990, pp. 487–515.

[Conte, 96]                   Conte, Ron Jr.: „Guiding Lights.“, Internet World 7.5 (May 1996), 41.

[Coulouris, 94]              Coulouris, G.F., J. Dollimore, and F. Kindberg: „Distributed Systems– Concepts and Design“, Addison-Wesley, Second Edition, 1994.

[Courtois, 96]               Courtois, Martin P., Baer, William M., and Stark, Marcella: „Cool Tools for Searching the Web“, Online 19.6 (November/December 1995): 15-32.

[Curtis, 83]                   Curtis, Ronald and Larry Wittie: „Naming in Distributed Language Systems“, San Francisco, CA 1983 Computer Science Dept., SUNY, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY 11794, IEEE Comput. Soc. Press Silver Spring, MD, USA, p: ix+580 ISBN: 0-8186-0534-0, 4th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, May 1984, pp. 298–302, TR 3/056, September 1983.

[Curtis, 84]                   Curtis, Ronald S. and Larry D. Wittie: „Global Naming in Distributed Systems“, IEEE Software (USA), Vol. 1, No. 3, July 1984, pp. 76–80.

[Cytron, 87]                  Cytron, Ron and Jeanne Ferrante: „What’s in a Name? -or- The Value of Renaming for Parallelism Detection and Storage Allocation“, Compiler Techniques, University Park, Penn. 1987 Penn State, Proceedings of the 1987 International Conference on Parallel Processing, August 1987, pp.19–7.

[Daley, 65]                   Daley, R.C. and P.G. Neumann: „A general purpose file system for secondary storage“, In Proc. AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference, pp. 213–299, 1965.

[Daniels, 83]                 Daniels, Dean and Larry Wittie: „An Algorithm for Replicate Directories“, In Proceedings of the Second ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, Montreal.

[Danzig, 91]                 Danzig, Peter B., Jongsuk Ahn, John Noll, and Katia Obraczka: „Distributed Indexing: A Scalable Mechanism for Distributed Information Retrieval“, Technical Report USC-TR 91-06, University of Southern California, Computer Science Department, 1991.

[Davis, 94]                   Davis, C., T. Goodwinand I. Dickinson: „A Means for Expressing Location Information in the Domain Name System“, Network Working Group, Internet Draft, November 1994.

[Debray, 87]                 Debray, S. and Larry L. Peterson: „Reasoning about Naming Systems“, Tech. Report TR 87-16, University of Arizona, Tucson, July 1987.

[Decouchant, 88]          Decouchant, D., et al.: "GUIDE: The implementation of the COMANDOS object-oriented distributed system architecture". Proceedings of the EUUG autumn Conference CASCais/Portugal 1988.

[Deering, 89]                Deering, Steeve: „Host Extensions for IP Multicasting“, RFC 1112, Stanford University Network Working Group., August 1989.

[Demers, 87]                Demers, A., D. Greene, C. Hauser, W. Irish, J. Larson, S., Shenker, H. Sturgis, D. Swinehart, and D. Terry: „Epidemic algorithms for replicated database maintenance“, Proceedings of the 6th Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, ACM, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, August 1987, pp. 12–21.

[Denny, 86]                  Denny, B.: „How the Chooser Works”; MacTutor, Placentia California, Vol. 2, No. 7, 1986, pp. 13 ff.

[Deutsch, 94]               Deutsch, P., R. Schoultz, P. Faltstrom, and C. Weider: „Architecture of the Whois++ Service“, Internet Draft, April 6, 1994.

[Digital, 88]                  Digital Equipment Corporation, "DNA Naming Service Functional Specification Version 1.0.1", Order number: EK-DNANS-FS-001, Digital Equipment Corporation, 1988.

[Dineen, 87]                 Dineen, T.H., P.J. Leach, N.W. Mishkin, J.N. Pato, and G.L. Wyant: „The Network Computing Architecture and System: An Environment for Developing Distriburted Applications“, Proc. of Summer 1987 USENIX Conf., 1987, pp. 385–398.

[Dixon, 88]                   Dixon, R.C und D.A. Pitt: „Addressing, Bridging, and Source Routing“, IEEE Network Magazine, vol. 2, Jan. 1988, pp. 25–32.

[Drezner, 85]                Drezner, Z. and Amnon Barak: „Efficient Algorithms for Routing Information in a Multicomputer System“, Distributed Algorithms on Graphs, Carleton University Press, pp. 41–48, Ottawa, August 1985.

[Drezner, 86]                Drezner, Z. and Amnon Barak: „An Asynchronous Algorithm for Scattering Information Between the Active Nodes of a Multicomputer System“, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 344–351, September 1986.

[Droms, 86]                  Droms, R.E.: „Naming of Files in Distributed Systems“, Ph. D. Dissertation, Purdue University, August 1986.

[Droms, 90]                  Droms, R.E.: „Access to Heterogeneous Directory Services“, Proceedings of the Ninth Joint Conference of IEEE Computer and Communications Societies (InfoCom), June 1990.

[Droms, 93]                  Droms, R.E.: „Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol“, Network Working Group, Request for Comments: 1531, October 1993.

[Duda, 94]                    Duda, Andrzej and Mark A. Sheldon: „Content Routing in a Network of WAIS Servers“, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Poznan, Poland, June 21–24, 1994.

[Dyer, 87]                    Dyer S. P. and F. S. Hsu: „Hesiod Name Service“, Section E.2.3, J. H. Saltzer, M.I.T. Project Athena, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987.

[Dyer, 88]                    Dyer, S.P.: „The Hesiod Name Server“, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USENIX Winter Conference Proceedings, Dallas, Texas, USA, February 1988, pp.183–190., dyer@ATHENA.MIT.EDU

[Dykstra, 80]                Dykstra, E.W and C.S. Scholten: „Termination detection for diffusing computations“, Information Processing Letters, 11(1): 1–4, 1980.

[Eastlake, 94]               Eastlake, Donald E. and Charles W. Kaufman: „DNS Protocol Security Extensions“, INTERNET-DRAFT.

[Eberle, 90]                  Eberle, H., K. Geihs, H. Schmutz und B. Schöner: „Anwendungs­unabhängige Unterstützung für verteilte Datenverarbeitung in Netzen heterogener Systeme“, Informatik-Spektrum, Band 5, 1990, pp. 84–102.

[Eichler, 88]                 Eichler, L., J. Nolte, T. Patzelt, F. Schön, W. Schöder, and W. Seidel: „Communication– and Management Protocols for the Distributed PEACE Operating System“, Technical Report, TU Berlin/GMD FIRST, Berlin, 1988.

[Emtage, 91]                Emtage, A.: „archie“, M.S. Thesis, McGill University, May 1991.

[Emtage, 92]                Emtage, A. and P. Deutsch: „Archie – An Electronic Directory Service for the Internet“, Proceedings of the USENIX Winter Conference, San Francisco, California, January 1992, pp. 93–110.

[Everhart, 90]               Everhart, C.F.: „Conversations for names in the service directory in the AFS Distributed File System“, Technical Report, Transarc Corporation, March 1990.

[Ewing, 92]                  Ewing, D.J., R.S. Hall, and M.F. Schwartz: „A Measurement Study of Internet File Transfer Traffic“, Technical Report CU-CS-571-92, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado January 1992.

[Fabry, 74]                   Fabry, R.S.: „Capability-based addressing“, Communications of the ACM, 17 (7), July 1974, pp. 403–411.

[Finlayson, 91]              Finlayson, Ross S., Mark D. Hennecke, Steven L. Goldberg, John L. Coolidge, Amit G. Parghi, and Edward W. Sznyter: „Object-Oriented Communication and Structuring in Vanguard“, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Object-Orientation in Operating Systems, Huntsville, Palo Alto, Carlifornia, October 1991.

[Fleckenstein, 85]         Fleckenstein, Charles and D. Hemmendinger: „Using a Global Name Space for Parallel Execution of UNIX Tools“, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 32, No. 9, September 1989, pp. 1085–1090.

[Fowler, 85]                 Fowler, Robert Joseph: „Decentralized Object Finding Using Forwarding Addresses“, Ph. D. dissertation, Department of Computer Science, University of Washington, December, Seattle, WA (USA), December 1985.

[Fowler, 86]                 Fowler, Robert Joseph: „The Complexity of Using Forwarding Addresses for Decentralized Object Finding“, 1986, Proc. of the Fifth Annual SIGACT/SIGOPS Conf. on the Principles of Distributed Computation, August, SIGACT/SIGOPS, pp. 108–120.

[Franaszek, 83]             Franaszek, P. A.: „Address-independent routing for local networks“, IBM J. Res. & Dev. (USA), Vol. 27, No.5, 1983, pp. 464–471.

[Francez, 82]                Francez, N.: „Extended Naming Conventions for Communicating Processes“, ACM Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages, Albuquerque, New Mexico, No. 9, January 1982, pp.40–45.

[Franz, 94]                   Franz, Michael: „Code-Generation On-the-Fly: A Key for Portable Software“, Dissertation, Institute for Computer Systems, ETH Zürich, 1994.

[Fujinami, 92]               Fujinami, Nobuhisa and Yasuhiko Yokote: „Naming and Addressing of Objects without Unique Identifiers“, Sony Computer Science Laboratory Inc., IEEE Computer Society, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Yokohama, Japan, June 9–12, 1992, pp. 581–588.

[Gallaire, 84]                Gallaire, H., J. Minker, and J. Nicolas: „Logic and databases: a deductive approach“, ACM Computing Surveys, 16(2), Juni 1984, pp. 153–186.

[Gelernter, 81]              Gelernter, David and A. J. Bernstein: „Global Name Spaces on Lattice-Connected Network Computers“, TR 80-011, Department of Computer Science, SUNY at Stony Brook, October 1980 (Revised October 1981).

[Gelernter, 84]              Gelernter, David: „Dynamic global name spaces on network computers, Columbus, IEEE, Proceedings of the 1984 International Conference on Parallel Processing, Ohio, August 1984, pp. 25–31.

[Gertner, 83]                Gertner, I. and R. Lindenberg: „Initializing replicated name servers in a wide area network“, Clearwater Beach, FL, USA 19 O IEEE Comput. Soc. Press Silver Spring, MD, USA, p: viii+195, Proceedings Third Symposium on Reliability in Distributed Software and Database Systems, 17–19 Oct. 1983, pp. 90–94.

[Gifford, 79]                 Gifford, D.K.: „Weighted Voting for Replicated Data“, In Proc. of the Seventh Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, pp. 150–162.

[Gifford, 88]                 Gifford, David K., R.M. Needham, and M.D. Schröder: „The Cedar File System“, Communications of the ACM, 31(3), March 1988, pp. 288–299.

[Gifford, 91]                 Gifford, David K., Pierre Jouvelot, Mark A. Sheldon, and James W. O’Toole, Jr.: „Semantic file systems“, In Proccedings of the 13th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, Pacific Grove CA (USA), October 1991, pp. 16–25.

[GMD, 91]                   Gesellschaft für Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung: „Guide to the BERKOM Directory“, Arbeitspapiere der GMD Nr. 510, GMD, Berlin, Feb. 1991

[Goldberg, 83]              Goldberg, A. and B. Robson: „Smalltalk-80: The Language and its Implementation“, Addison-Wesley, Menlo Park, CA, 1983

[Gopal, 89]                   P. M. Gopal and B.K. Kadaba: „Analysis of A Class of Distributed Directory Algorithms“, IEEE INFOCOM ’89, pp. 293–302.

[Goscinsky, 91]             Goscinsky, A.: „Distributed Operating Systems, The Logical Design“, Addison-Weseley, 1991.

[Guy, 90]                      Guy, Richard and Gerald Popek: „Reconciling Partially Replicated Name Spaces“, No.CSD-900010, Department of Computer Science at the University of California Los Angeles, April 1990.

[Habert, 90]                 Habert, Sabine, Laurence Mosseri, and Vadim Abrossimov: "COOL: Kernel Support for Object-Oriented Environments". Ottawa (Canada), ACM, pp. 269–277, October 1990.

[Harada, 91]                 Harada, Yasunori and Eiichi Miyamoto: „An Open Distributed Language Kamui-C – Introduced Open Systems Naming Model“, In Proceeding of the 8th Conference of Japan Society for Software Science and Technology, September 1991.

[Hardcastle, 93]            Hardcastle-Kille, S.: „Using the OSI Directory to achieve User Friendly Naming (OSI-DS 24 (v1.2))“, RFC 1484.

[Hardy, 93]                  Hardy, D. and M.F. Schwartz: „Essence: „A Resource Discovery System Based on Semantic File Indexing“, To appear, Proceedings of the USENIX Winter Conference, San Diego, California, January 1993.

[Harrenstein, 85]          Harrenstein, K., M. Stahl, and E. Feinler: „NICName/Whois“, Request For Comments 954, SRI International, October 1985.

[Hauzeur, 86]               Hauzeur, Bernard M.: „A Model for Naming, Addressing, and Routing“, ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, Vol. 4, No. 4., October 1986, pp. 293–311.

[Heimbinger, 85]           Heimbinger, D. and D. McLeod: „A federated architecture for information management“, ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, 3(2), July 1985.

[Horrowitz, 85]             Horrowitz, E.: „Dataflow Programming Languages“, Chapter 13 in Fundamentals of Programming Languages, Published by Computer Science Press, 1985.

[Howard, 88]                Howard, John H., Michael L. Kazar, Sherri G, Menees, David A. Nichols, Mahadev Satyanarayanan, Robert N. Sidebotham, and Michael J. West: „Scale and Performance of a Distributed File System“, ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, Vol. 6, No. 1, February 1988, pp. 51–81.

[Howes, 93]                 Howes, T., S. Kille, W. Yeong, and C. Robbins: „The X.500 String Representation of Standard Attribute Syntaxes“, RFC 1488.

[Hsieh, 84]                   Hsieh, W.-N. and I. Gitfflan: „Routing strategies in computer networks“, Computer, Vol. 17 (6), June 1984, pp. 46–56.

[Huitema, 91]               Huitema, Christian: „Naming: Strategies and Techniques“, Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, North-Holland, Vol. 23, 1991, pp. 107–110.

[Hunt, 92]                    Hunt, R: „CCITT X.500 Directoreies, Principles and Applications“, Computer Communications, Vol. 15, Dec. 1992, pp. 636–645.

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