On the Origin and Evolution of the Web

Wintersemester 2018/2019

Seminar

Dozenten

Marco Aiello, Brian Setz

Raum

0.457

Seminarzeitraum

16.10.2018 - 05.02.2019

Termin

Dienstags, 11:30-13:00

C@mpus

Seminar On the Origin and Evolution of the Web

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On the Origin and Evolution of the Web

Prüfung
  • Ausarbeitung
  • Präsentation
Materialien
  • M. Aiello (2018) The Web Was Done by Amateurs: A Reflection on One of the Largest Collective Systems Ever Engineered

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Länge der Ausarbeitung: 12-18 Seiten 

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Präsentationsdauer: 20 Min. + 5 Min. Diskussion

Sprache

Englisch

Beschreibung

The Web is almost 30 years old and it has evolved substantially from the initial proposal of 1989. This seminar covers both aspects of the origin and history of the Web and of its technical evolution. Topics include:

  • History of hypermedia
  • The Xanadu System
  • The On-line System (NLS)
  • Hypercard
  • Gopher
  • The original Web proposal
  • W3C
  • History and evolution of the Browser
  • Browser wars
  • Cookies and browser caching
  • Client server load sharing
  • Client server communication
  • Standardization
  • Security evolution
  • HTML and layout
  • Client-side scripting

This seminar is designed as a block event. Students can propose their own related topic (only at the beginning of the course). The language of the seminar is English. The concrete seminar topics will be presented in a preliminary discussion at the beginning of the semester (presumably the first week of lectures) and distributed according to the preference of the seminar participants. During the semester, the student is expected to research the topic, write a report and prepare a presentation. All presentation will take place at the end of the lecture period in a block event. Accordingly, there are no weekly sessions during the semester. Please note that the elaborations are to be submitted before the presentations.

Kontakt

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M.Sc.

Brian Setz

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Doktorand

[Foto: Brian Setz]