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CECILIA Web, a WWW interface for the CECILIA application

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6 Author(s)
G. Bourlier ; Broadcasting & Radiocommun. Res. Center, Metz, France ; J. -M. Coupe ; D. Goetz ; S. Josselin
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Computing the radio coverage for networks of FM or TV transmitters needs a lot of high performance computing resources. The client-server architecture of the Web allows the clients to work with these computing utilities by a Web-interface. But the hypertext language permits only limited interactivity for Web-applications. The programming language JAVA gives the complete interactive functionality to a graphical user interface embedded in Web-pages. The project described shows how a Wndows application can be exported on the Web. It is the Web-interface of the existing Windows application CECILIA developed by the TDF-C2R. This application computes and edits prediction maps of radio coverage

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Vehicular Technology Conference, 1997, IEEE 47th  (Volume:2 )

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4-7 May 1997