Asynkron JavaScript & XML

Johannes Lørup Johnsen, Michael Flarup Jensen, Stefan Kent Ettrup & Søren Hartvig Laursen

Student thesis: Termpaper


This project attempts to cover how to distribute the work between client and server in asynchronous web applications. Also sought after is whether it is possible, by means of simplified mathematic models and experiments, to obtain credible recorded values to express the client-server relations To answer these questions the basis of scientific method procedure has been chosen. A literary study substantiates the setup of work distribution in the client-server relations, which is exemplified through scenarios and hypothetical solutions. The solutions are assembled as mathematical models and exemplified through a set of tests. The tests consist of a set of developed asynchronous applications, which weighs the data handling of a sequence of numbers between client and server differently. The progress of development will happen through continuous observations and revisions. When complete, the applications will be subjected to a procession of rigorous testing. From the test results a discussion will take place to validate the assembled mathematical models and associated assumptions. Through a reflection of the project process a discussion of the methodic procedure will incur to debate justification of the chosen method.

EducationsBasic - Bachelor Study Program in Natural Science, (Bachelor Programme) Basic
Publication date20 Jun 2007
SupervisorsMorten Rhiger


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