[ Publications of year 1997 ]

Articles in journals or book chapters (1)
  1. L. Jean Camp and Marvin Sirbu. Critical issues in internet commerce. IEEE Communications Magazine, 35(5):58--62, May 1997.
    Keywords: Human-Centered Security. [bibtex-entry]

Conference publications (4)
  1. David A Evensky, Ann C Gentile, L. Jean Camp, and Robert C Armstrong. Lilith: Scalable execution of user code for distributed computing. In High Performance Distributed Computing, 1997. Proceedings. The Sixth IEEE International Symposium on, pages 305--314, August 1997. IEEE.
    Keywords: Network Engineering. [bibtex-entry]

  2. L. Jean Camp and D.A. Evensky. Survivability & Trust. In , pages 12--14, May 1997. Research Directions for the Next Generation Internet, Washington, DC.
    Keywords: Design for Trust, Network Engineering. [bibtex-entry]

  3. L. Jean Camp and Donna M Riley. Bedrooms, Barrooms, and Boardrooms on the Interner. In Interconnection and the Internet: selected papers from the 1996 Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, pages 205, 1997. Lawrence Erlbaum.
    Keywords: Gender Online. [bibtex-entry]

  4. L. Jean Camp. Opportunities, Options, Obstacles for Payment in Internet Commerce. In EDI FORUM-OAK PARK-, volume 10, pages 19--32, 1997. THE EDI GROUP, LTD.. [bibtex-entry]

Internal reports (1)
  1. RC Armstrong, L. Jean Camp, DA Evensky, and AC Gentile. Lilith: A scalable secure tool for massively parallel distributed computing. Technical report, Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM (United States), 1997. [bibtex-entry]

Posters and Presentations (1)
  1. L. Painton, T. Gaylor, L. Jean Camp, C. Phillips, and G. Wyss. Risk—based characterization of network vulnerability. CERT Information Survivability Workshop, February 1997.
    Keywords: Network Engineering. [bibtex-entry]



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