With the development of computer network technology, following the technology of video-on-demand based on computer network, external use of the Internet for real-time multimedia teaching broadcast technology becames the focus of modern distance education technology.
Though information sharing and collaborative design benefit from Internet, copyright protection of 3D models becomes a serious problem because 3D models on Internet are easily copied and distributed without authentication.
Internet service providers play an irreplaceable role in the operation and development of the Internet. However, cases are increasing that the providers are involuntarily dragged into the disputes of Internet copyright infringement, or even become the cat's paw.
Whatever its scale or its increase makes the Internet take on a complex network character.
Because of the development of complex network theory and the continuous evolution of the Internet, it is a key problem that uses complex network theory to research the Internet nowadays.
In this paper, the Internet separation degree is put forward.
The time series stochastic process model of the Internet separation degree is established.
According to actual data, the Internet separation degree time sensitivity model (ISDTSM) is established and the effect of time sensitivity of the Internet separation degree to the Internet IP level transmission is computed.
Implementing QoS, one of the eternal research subjects, on Internet has been attracting a lot of attentions although several schemes are already available.
The widespread use of the internet has influenced patterns of medical information for tumor patients.
Internet has become a major medium for information transmission, how to detect hot topic on web, track the event development and forecast emergency is important to many fields, particularly to some government departments.
The analysis of those cases shows that the Internet has influenced the scale of community organizing, allowing for a much better link between local and global efforts.
The Internet has not, however, ushered in new effective models of organizing.