The Application Performance of AJAX Applications Over Optimized XML Networks Research Proposal by Nicky

The paper is a research proposal to examine the lack of knowledge regarding the performance of XML-based networks and the selective updating and optimizing of AJAX-based applications over a variety of conditions.
# 151646 | 2,731 words | 12 sources | APA | 2012 | US


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Description:

The writer contends that here is a significant gap in knowledge with respect to the performance of XML-based networks selectively updating and optimizing AJAX-based applications over a variety of conditions. According to the writer, by varying the resource load on XML-based networks, the AJAX-based application performance, specifically the updates of selective components of each AJAX application can be quantified in terms of performance. The paper presents a proposal for a research project that will attempt to isolate the effects of each factor loaded onto the XML network over time, with the aim of determining which factors most and least affect AJAX programming performance. The paper contains tables.
Outline
The Project Aims and Objectives:
Project Aims
Project Objectives
Project Outline
Phase I: Define, Develop and Install an XML Network
Phase 2: AJAX Programming
Phase 3: AJAX Performance Testing and XML Performance Analysis
Literature Survey / Resources' List
Scholarly Contributions of the Project
Description of the Deliverables
Evaluation Criteria:
Resource Plan
Project Plan and Timing
Risk Assessment
Quality Assurance

From the Paper:

"Within a controlled lab environment, an XML-based network comprised of connections between four servers, each running the Linux operating system to minimize variation due to operating system differences is completed. XML-based links are created at the operating system level and defined as callable routines within Linux. Each of these XML routines is also benchmarked at a "steady state" or no traffic level of performance when the network is initially created in order to create a baseline of performance. XSLT style sheets are created on each server to act as a placeholder portal for the applications that will be developed in the second phase of the project. A small Linux-based database will be on each server, replicated identically across all servers to minimize any variation in program or data structure design. These databases will have transaction data representative of an online ordering system for books and CDs including transaction amounts, SKU numbers, costs, and gross margins."

Sample of Sources Used:

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APA Format

The Application Performance of AJAX Applications Over Optimized XML Networks (2012, August 22) Retrieved August 09, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/the-application-performance-of-ajax-applications-over-optimized-xml-networks-151646/

MLA Format

"The Application Performance of AJAX Applications Over Optimized XML Networks" 22 August 2012. Web. 09 August. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/the-application-performance-of-ajax-applications-over-optimized-xml-networks-151646/>

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