Internet businesses whether website hosting and domain registration or database management applications often require some form of license server to enable and license their usage. The license server is always an administrative server which allows user to activate, deactivate, update the license keys, and to report the license status. In this volume, the author presents a complete book on license server, license rules, license key management, license rules in a license server and how to develop license server based on Java Server Pages. This book includes input accounting, output auditing for licenses, and web access services.
In the Integrated Circuit Design Center, a series of designs that are commonly used or are particularly suited to IC Design are selected for the BEST series. The hole design files and micro arrays are from the public domain and the electronic portions are from the published literature. The designs are described step by step with all the literature cited. The designs are made up of 2 types of IC Circuits which are standard, fixed function and application specific.
Organizations are becoming increasingly dependent on computerized information systems for recordkeeping, retrieval, organization, and analysis. In order to manage the information contained in these records more effectively, information systems investments are increasingly focused on the development of database systems. The Author has created two books to help managers of business information systems: The Database Book and the Database Systems Management Book. These two books are produced in partnership with the computer industry consultancy, The New England Business Solutions Group (NEBSG).
The authors have used recent research results to design and conduct a national study of real-estate sales in The United States. The data come from a series of nationally representative surveys collected by neighborhood at the Census block group level during house sale transactions. Two national household samples drawn from the U.S. Census Bureau’s popular American Community Survey provide data on the row and column units of the survey design. The national averages of sales prices and square footage of houses and accompanying sales rates are adjusted for statistical controls and broken down by race, gender, education, and metropolitan status. d2c66b5586