The Linux Cookbook 2nd Edition

The TEX and LaTEX markup languages are worth a book each, and providing an introduction to their use is well out of the scope of this text. To learn how to write input for them, I suggest two beginning tutorials: Michael Doob's A Gentle ...

The Linux Cookbook  2nd Edition

Provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the computer operating system Linux.

LaTeX for Linux

This comprehensive guide is directed at Linux and UNIX users but is also the best how-to book on the use of LaTeX in preparing articles, books and theses.

LaTeX for Linux

This comprehensive guide is directed at Linux and UNIX users but is also the best how-to book on the use of LaTeX in preparing articles, books and theses. Unlike other LaTeX books, this one is particularly suitable for anyone coming to LaTeX for the first time.

Applications of Prolog

This tool then is used in a practical context for removing sample solutions from the LATEX source code of a solved exam script. It is also shown in this context how SWI-Prolog code can be embedded into a Linux shell script.

Applications of Prolog


Linux Bible

See also Yellow Dog Linux Getting Started with Yellow Dog Linux, 354 purchasing Yellow Dog Linux from, 351, 354 Web site, 351 Yellow Dog Linux boxed set contents, 354 TeX text processor. See also LaTeX text processor creating files with ...

Linux Bible

* Detailed installation instructions and step-by-step descriptions of key desktop and server components help new users get up and running immediately * Descriptions of the various distributions from people in the Linux community help users zero in on the best Linux for their needs * The perfect migration guide for Windows and Macintosh desktop users who want to switch to Linux, as well as for systems administrators who want to set up secure, fully functioning server systems * Covers Linux embedded systems, firewalls, and routers plus desktops and servers * Includes Fedora Core 3, Debian Linux, SUSE Linux, Knoppix, Gentoo Linux, Slackware Linux, Mandrake Linux, Damn Small Linux, and a Linux firewall and router on DVD

Essential Computer and it Fundamentals for Engineering And S

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Essential Computer and it Fundamentals for Engineering And S

Essential Computer and it Fundamentals for Engineering And S

Essential Linux fast

209 L LaTex 191 Linux. 6 Linux and Windows. 53–64 Linux as a platform for a web server . 210–212 Linux boot floppy 32 Linux clusters. 216 Linux versions 9–14 Linuxconf. 92 Dial-up networking at home . 116–120 Networking at home 113–114.

Essential Linux fast

Linux has become increasingly popular as an alternative operating system to Microsoft Windows. This is largely due to its improved performance and ability to run favourite PC applications. If you want to make the switch from Windows, this is the book you need. The author gives advice on how to install the system and explains why it is becoming one of the hottest operating systems of the millennium. Topics covered include: installing a Linux system, using X Windows, using the Internet with Linux, and using Scripting.

LaTeX Beginner s Guide

Create visually appealing texts, articles, and books for business and science using LaTeX Stefan Kottwitz. Linux Besides all the cross-platform editors, there are the following: • Kile: https://kile.sourceforge.io is very powerful and ...

LaTeX Beginner s Guide

Harness the power of LaTeX and its wide range of features to create professional-looking text, articles, and books with both online and offline capabilities of LaTeX Key Features Get a hands-on introduction to LaTeX using fully explained examples to advance from beginner to LaTeX professional quickly Write impressive mathematical, scientific, and business papers or theses using LaTeX Explore LaTeX online Book Description LaTeX is high-quality open source typesetting software that produces professional prints and PDF files. It's a powerful and complex tool with a multitude of features, so getting started can be intimidating. However, once you become comfortable with LaTeX, its capabilities far outweigh any initial challenges, and this book will help you with just that! The LaTeX Beginner's Guide will make getting started with LaTeX easy. If you are writing mathematical, scientific, or business papers, or have a thesis to write, this is the perfect book for you. With the help of fully explained examples, this book offers a practical introduction to LaTeX with plenty of step-by-step examples that will help you achieve professional-level results in no time. You'll learn to typeset documents containing tables, figures, formulas, and common book elements such as bibliographies, glossaries, and indexes, and go on to manage complex documents and use modern PDF features. You'll also get to grips with using macros and styles to maintain a consistent document structure while saving typing work. By the end of this LaTeX book, you'll have learned how to fine-tune text and page layout, create professional-looking tables, include figures, present complex mathematical formulas, manage complex documents, and benefit from modern PDF features. What you will learn Make the most of LaTeX's powerful features to produce professionally designed texts Download, install, and set up LaTeX and use additional styles, templates, and tools Typeset math formulas and scientific expressions to the highest standards Understand how to include graphics and work with figures and tables Discover professional fonts and modern PDF features Work with book elements such as bibliographies, glossaries, and indexes Typeset documents containing tables, figures, and formulas Who this book is for If you are about to write mathematical or scientific papers, seminar handouts, or even plan to write a thesis, this book offers you a fast-paced and practical introduction to LaTeX. School and university students will find this easy-to-follow LaTeX guide helpful, as will mathematicians, physicists, engineers, and humanists. Anybody with high expectations from their software will discover how easy it is to leverage LaTeX's high performance for creating documents.

LaTeX in 24 Hours

It can be pregeneral-purpose text editor that supports tex extension, e.g., gedit or Kate in Linux-based systems. There are also many open-source (free access in internet) text editors developed specifically for preparing LATEX input ...

LaTeX in 24 Hours

This book presents direct and concise explanations and examples to many LaTeX syntax and structures, allowing students and researchers to quickly understand the basics that are required for writing and preparing book manuscripts, journal articles, reports, presentation slides and academic theses and dissertations for publication. Unlike much of the literature currently available on LaTeX, which takes a more technical stance, focusing on the details of the software itself, this book presents a user-focused guide that is concerned with its application to everyday tasks and scenarios. It is packed with exercises and looks at topics like formatting text, drawing and inserting tables and figures, bibliographies and indexes, equations, slides, and provides valuable explanations to error and warning messages so you can get work done with the least time and effort needed. This means LaTeX in 24 Hours can be used by students and researchers with little or no previous experience with LaTeX to gain quick and noticeable results, as well as being used as a quick reference guide for those more experienced who want to refresh their knowledge on the subject.

LaTeX Cookbook

While it's usually not as up-to-date as an installation done via the TeX Live website or a TeX Live DVD, it's very easy to install using the Linux package manager, which you use to install any software usually. LaTeX editors There are ...

LaTeX Cookbook

Over 100 hands-on recipes to quickly prepare LaTeX documents of various kinds to solve challenging tasks About This Book Work with modern document classes, such as KOMA-Script classes Explore the latest LaTeX packages, including TikZ, pgfplots, and biblatex An example-driven approach to creating stunning graphics directly within LaTeX Who This Book Is For If you already know the basics of LaTeX and you like to get fast, efficient solutions, this is the perfect book for you. If you are an advanced reader, you can use this book's example-driven format to take your skillset to the next level. Some familiarity with the basic syntax of LaTeX and how to use the editor of your choice for compiling is required. What You Will Learn Choose the right document class for your project to customize its features Utilize fonts globally and locally Frame, shape, arrange, and annotate images Add a bibliography, a glossary, and an index Create colorful graphics including diagrams, flow charts, bar charts, trees, plots in 2d and 3d, time lines, and mindmaps Solve typical tasks for various sciences including math, physics, chemistry, electrotechnics, and computer science Optimize PDF output and enrich it with meta data, annotations, popups, animations, and fill-in fields Explore the outstanding capabilities of the newest engines and formats such as XeLaTeX, LuaLaTeX, and LaTeX3 In Detail LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting software and is very popular, especially among scientists. Its programming language gives you full control over every aspect of your documents, no matter how complex they are. LaTeX's huge amount of customizable templates and supporting packages cover most aspects of writing with embedded typographic expertise. With this book you will learn to leverage the capabilities of the latest document classes and explore the functionalities of the newest packages. The book starts with examples of common document types. It provides you with samples for tuning text design, using fonts, embedding images, and creating legible tables. Common document parts such as the bibliography, glossary, and index are covered, with LaTeX's modern approach. You will learn how to create excellent graphics directly within LaTeX, including diagrams and plots quickly and easily. Finally, you will discover how to use the new engines XeTeX and LuaTeX for advanced programming and calculating with LaTeX. The example-driven approach of this book is sure to increase your productivity. Style and approach This book guides you through the world of LaTeX based on over a hundred hands-on examples. These are explained in detail and are designed to take minimal time and to be self-compliant.

AUUGN

LaTeX has been highly popular for over a decade and may be one of the most mature. thoroughly debugged programs available on any computing platform. TeX and LaTeX are available for Linux. Unix. VMS, Windows, Macintosh, and 08/2.

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Linux Journal

WHENNTHINGSGORAW 1 If something goes wrong at the rendering stage , you can try to process a Latex file manually by using the shell with the following commands for diagnostics : H -3 -2 -1 1 2 -1 latex --interaction = nonstopmode my.tex ...

Linux Journal


Practical Reporting with Ruby and Rails

If you have a preferred ports manager for OS X, such as Fink or MacPorts, you can probably install LaTeX using that as well. Linux: If you're running Linux, LaTeX may already be installed. If not, you should be able to install it easily ...

Practical Reporting with Ruby and Rails

Business intelligence and real-time reporting mechanisms play a major role in any of today’s forward-looking business plans. With many of these solutions being moved to the Web, the popular Rails framework and its underlying Ruby language are playing a major role alongside web services in building the reporting solutions of tomorrow. This book offers a comprehensive introduction to this popular framework. It shows you how the Ruby language and Rails framework can create truly compelling reporting services by plugging into popular third-party applications and services such as Google AdWords, UPS.com, iTunes, and SalesForce.com.

Commande des proc d s 3e ed

Il remercie tous les développeurs mondiaux de LATEX et Linux qui ont su créer des outils aussi efficaces. Il remercie ses plus proches coll`egues des groupes successifs TASC (Traitement et Acquisition de l'information chimique, ...

Commande des proc  d  s  3e ed

Cette troisième édition a été enrichie par l'introduction de nouveaux exemples et de méthodes récentes. En un volume unique, le livre propose une synthèse progressive et approfondie des principales méthodes de commande exposées sous forme théorique et illustrées sur des exemples variés de procédés : réacteurs chimiques, biologiques, de polymérisation, craqueur catalytique, colonne de distillation. Les six parties couvrent la modélisation et la commande continue monovariable, la commande multivariable par fonction de transfert, l'identification et la commande en temps discret, la commande optimale et prédictive multivariable, la commande non linéaire et les observateurs d'état. Cet ouvrage s'adresse aussi bien aux étudiants de 2e et 3e cycle qu'aux chercheurs, enseignants et ingénieurs.

LaTeX

The LaTeX binaries and style sheets — e.g. MiKTeX http://www.miktex.org/ for Windows, teTeX http://www.tug.org/teTeX/ for Unix/Linux and teTeX for Mac OS X http://www.rna.nl/tex.html. • A DVI viewer to view and print the final result.

LaTeX


Linux The Complete Reference Sixth Edition

URL Site Description tldp.org Linux Documentation Project lwn.net Linux Weekly News linux.com Linux.com linuxtoday.com ... Format Linux Installation and Getting Started Guide DVI, PostScript, LaTeX, PDF, and HTML Linux User's Guide DVI, ...

Linux  The Complete Reference  Sixth Edition

Your one-stop guide to Linux--fully revised and expanded Get in-depth coverage of all Linux features, tools, and utilities from this thoroughly updated and comprehensive resource, designed for all Linux distributions. Written by Linux expert Richard Petersen, this book explains how to get up-and-running on Linux, use the desktops and shells, manage applications, deploy servers, implement security measures, and handle system and network administration tasks. With full coverage of the latest platform, Linux: The Complete Reference, Sixth Edition includes details on the very different and popular Debian (Ubuntu) and Red Hat/Fedora software installation and service management tools used by most distributions. This is a must-have guide for all Linux users. Install, configure, and administer any Linux distribution Work with files and folders from the BASH, TCSH, and Z shells Use the GNOME and KDE desktops, X Windows, and display managers Set up office, database, Internet, and multimedia applications Secure data using SELinux, netfilter, SSH, and Kerberos Encrypt network transmissions with GPG, LUKS, and IPsec Deploy FTP, Web, mail, proxy, print, news, and database servers Administer system resources using HAL, udev, and virtualization (KVM and Xen) Configure and maintain IPv6, DHCPv6, NIS, networking, and remote access Access remote files and devices using NFSv4, GFS, PVFS, NIS, and SAMBA

Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages

Example data PriceOf PreReq MaxCost IsOS software int software software employee int software Windows 60 Office Windows Secretary 100 Windows Linux 20 LaTEX Linux Manager 150 Linux LaTEX 10 Office 30 DualBoot 40 Example 1.

Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 18th International Symposium on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, PADL 2016, held in St. Petersburg, FL, USA, in January 2016. The 11 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 17 initial submissions for inclusion in the book. PADL is a forum for researchers and practitioners to present original work emphasizing novel applications and implementation techniques for all forms of declarative concepts, including, functional, logic, constraints, etc.

Fedora Core 7 Red Hat Enterprise Linux The Complete Reference

URL Internet Site www.tldp.org www.lwn.net www.linux.com www.linuxtoday.com www.linuxplanet.com ... LaTeX, and PDF Linux System Administrator's Guide PostScript, PDF, LaTeX, and HTML Linux Network Administrator's Guide DVI, PostScript, ...

Fedora Core 7   Red Hat Enterprise Linux  The Complete Reference

The Definitive Linux Resource--Fully Updated and Expanded Get full details on the powerful features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora 7 from this fully revised, one-stop guide. Linux expert Richard Petersen covers all the bases, from configuring your desktop, customizing your system, and accessing software repositories to handling files and directories, managing devices and servers, and sharing system resources. Inside, you'll get in-depth coverage of Fedora 7's device and network autoconfiguration, IPv6 and .NET support, SE Linux, software repository installs, custom distribution spins, and system administration tools. You'll learn how to deploy sound security measures, configure automatic device detection, set up logical volumes for file management, and create your own Fedora distribution using your favorite software. Install, use, secure, and manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the new Fedora 7 Configure services using Fedora administration tools for network access, software updates, and file management (LVM and GFS2) Manage users, services, file systems, hotplug devices, and printers Deploy powerful desktop, office, database, graphics, multimedia, e-mail, Web, and FTP applications Optimize security with IPsec, SE Linux, Kerberos, and Netfilter Maintain FTP, Web, mail, DNS, proxy, print, news, and database servers Administer system resources using GRUB, Yum, HAL, MONO, and udev Select, download, and install a Fedora distribution spin Auto-configure IPv6, DHCPv6, and DHCP networks Access remote files and printers with NFS, GFS2, and SAMBA

Red Hat Linux 8

Linux documentation provided by the LDP is listed in Table 1-7 , along with their Internet sites . ... PostScript , LaTeX , PDF , and HTML Linux Installation and Getting Started Guide Linux User's Guide DVI , PostScript , HTML , LaTeX ...

Red Hat Linux 8

Explains how to perform a variety of tasks utilizing Red Hat Linux 8, including how to configure and administer a local network, work with GNOME, set up Internet servers, and utilize firewalls and public key encryption.

Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences Third Edition

Since most what is in people use LATEX I will generally not distinguish between chapter is LAT actually EX and part what of ... Linux, both open MacTeX Mac, source and (based software Linux on systems—notably and implementations TEX and ...

Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences  Third Edition

Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences provides advice on all aspects of scientific writing, with a particular focus on writing mathematics. Its readable style and handy format, coupled with an extensive bibliography and comprehensive index, make it useful for everyone from undergraduates to seasoned professionals. This third edition revises, updates, and expands the best-selling second edition to reflect modern writing and publishing practices and builds on the author's extensive experience in writing and speaking about mathematics. Some of its key features include coverage of fundamentals of writing, including English usage, revising a draft, and writing when your first language is not English; thorough treatment of mathematical writing, including how to choose notation, how to choose between words and symbols, and how to format equations; and many tips for exploiting LaTeX and BibTeX. Higham also provides advice on how to write and publish a paper, covering the entire publication process, and includes anecdotes, quotes, and unusual facts that enliven the presentation. The new edition has been reorganized to make the book easier to use for reference; treats modern developments in publishing such as open access, DOIs, and ORCID; and contains more on poster design, including e-posters and the poster blitz. The new edition also includes five new chapters on the following topics: · workflow covering text editors, markup languages, version control, and much more; · the principles of indexing and how to prepare an index in LaTeX; · reviewing a paper, book proposal, or book; · writing a book, including advice on choosing a publisher and LaTeX tips particular to books; and · writing a blog post.

Coordinating the Internet

... LATEXecology can as well produce something different, such as a Word document, a new LATEX-file or something else entirely. Linux “do not trust”-flag An interesting quite recent addition to the Linux-kernel (i.e. the core of Linux ...

Coordinating the Internet

Många självklarheter i vårt digitala samhälle är beroende av Internet för att fungera. Allt från smarta dörrar för hemtjänster, till självscanningsapparaterna på ICA, till nyare bilar, moderna tillverkningsrobotar, telefoner och affärssystem. Den här licentiatavhandlingen reder ut vad Internet är, hur det styrs och vad det har för praktiska konsekvenser. Tidigare forskning finns bland annat inom telekommunikation där Internet liknas vid andra telekommunikationstjänster, så som kabel-TV eller mobiltelefoni, och inom digitalisering både inom management och informationssystem där Internet i det närmaste tas för givet som teknisk infrastruktur. Här tar jag en ansatts där jag förklarar Internet ur ett kombinerat tekniskt och organisatoriskt perspektiv. Studien är principiellt uppdelad i tre delar. Den första delen fokuserar på att begreppsmässigt hitta ett sätt att diskutera Internet utan att essentiella aspekter faller bort, såsom styrningen eller konsekvenser av den tekniska designen. Jag landar i att Internet är både ett tekniskt och ett organisatoriskt fenomen. Tekniskt i bemärkelsen att det handlar om digital paketbaserad kommunikation (dvs att olika paket kan ta olika väg och att det inte finns ett beroende på en viss specifik väg, eller “krets”), vilket kan särskiljas från exempelvis kretskopplad kommunikation (dvs en specific väg från sändare till mottagare) eller rent analog kommunikation. I denna tekniska dimension är Internet förhållandevis likt klassisk telekommunikation såsom kabel-TV och mobiltelefoni, och förlitar sig på best-effort paketbaserad kommunikation. I den andra dimensionen, styrning och organisation, är Internet ett explicit bottom-up fenomen som styrs med andra principer och ideal än klassisk telekommunikation. Till sin utformning är denna minsta möjliga koordination som krävs för att möjliggöra koordinering av de tekniska unika identifierare som behövs för att Internet ska fungera (dvs idag DNS- och BGP-flororna av protokoll för användning av namn och nummer på Internet). Båda dimensionerna, de organisatoriska och tekniska, följer samma designprinciper, och generellt är det meningsfullt att se Internet som en ekologi av aktörer snarare än en organisation i strikt teoretiska termer (exempelvis finns ingen tydlig övergripande strategi, organisationsnummer eller löneutbetalare). Det är dessa designprinciper, som ligger väl i linje med systemarkitektursprinciper för datorsystem, som är orsaken till Internets lager-design där man (generellt) inte ska bry som om vad som händer på andra lager än sitt eget (beskrivet som “separation of concerns” eller i dubbel negation “high cohesion” i texten) samt att ha en minimalistisk ansatts till koordinering och enbart koordinera eller skapa beroenden mellan enheter (både tekniskt och organisatoriskt) när det verkligen behövs (beskrivet som “minimum coordination” eller “low coupling” i texten). Den andra delen fokuserar på hur Internet kan socialt påverkas eller förändras till något annat, eller till något med en annan funktion sett som en styrd organisation. Jag använder begreppet social robusthet, som motpol till teknisk robusthet som i hur man tekniskt kan förstöra Internet, för att diskutera dessa aspekter. Slutsatserna här mynnar ut i att Internets explicita bottom-up och problemsuppdelnings-design gör det märkbart svårt för någon att medvetet påverka Internet för att ändra dess beskaffenhet, och dessutom visar jag att även om man praktiskt lyckas ta över de formellt beslutande råden (exempelvis ICANNs och IETFs styrelser) så finns det inga formella eller praktiska hinder för att bara ignorera dem (dvs switching costs för just ICANN eller IETF är låga, om än tekniskt omständligt med att konfigurera om rötter och routing-tabeller, och betydligt enklare än att gå från IPv4 till IPv6 då utrustning kan behöva ersättas och därmed en betydligt högre switching cost). Med andra ord, det är enklare att byta ut Internets koordinerare än att byta ut Internet mot något som fungerar annorlunda. Däremot är den rådande politiska världsordningen ett hot mot Internet, eftersom den regelstyrda och koordinerade världsordningen inte längre är lika självklar som den varit tidigare. Den tredje och sista studien fokuserar på nätneutralitet, dvs rätten nätverksoperatörer har att fånga värde i andra dimensioner än trafikmängd, som en praktiskt effekt av hur Internet styrs och fungerar. Det primära praktiska bidraget är att nätneutralitet inte får ses som enbart en reglerings och lagstiftningfråga utan det är mer relevant att prata om i termer av nätneutralitet i praktiken. I den bemärkelsen är lagstiftningens vara eller inte vara mindre intressant än praktisk nätneutralitets vara eller inte vara och en tyngdpunktsförskjutning i den offentliga debatten hade fört diskussionen närmare hur Internet fungerar. Sammanfattningsvis ger Internets designprinciper att marknadskrafter, och ej direkt reglering, ska möjliggöra nätneutralitet. För att förtydliga, tanken är att det ska finnas konkurrens inom de flesta nivåer eller lager, och att det är av vikt att det finns konkurrens rakt igenom så att en kundvilja för paketneutralitet på tjänstenivå även påverkar nätägar- och infrastrukturnivå, så att det är användarnas efterfrågan som leder till nätneutralitet (om den användarviljan finns). Dock kan det mycket väl vara så att man som användare inte är intresserad av nätneutralitet och då ska tjänsteleverantörer, nätägare och infrastrukturoperatörer inte heller tvingas vara neutrala genom lagstiftning då det går stick i stäv med designprinciperna. Inte heller ska en grupps vilja kring nätneutralitet påverka andras möjligheter att välja. Genomgående identifierar jag två kolliderande världsbilder, den distribuerade regelstyrda och koordinerade ordningen i sitt perspektiv med sina förkämpar, och den mer integrerande och suveräna världsordningen med sitt perspektiv och sina förkämpar. Rent praktiskt uppfyller Internet en önskad funktion i den tidigare men ej i den senare, då Internet designmässigt är byggt för att tillåta snarare än kontrollera och bestämma. Exempelvis finns det inte inbyggda (tekniska) mekanismer i Internet för att till exempel möjliggöra statlig övervakning eller kontroll av material som finns tillgängligt, och då ligger det mer i statens intresse att ha kontrollerade telekommunikationstjänster, såsom kabel-TV, mobiltelefoni och liknande lösningar där man inte helt enkelt kan lägga på ett “extra lager” för att uppnå kryptering, anonymitet eller tillgång till andra tjänster. I texten använder jag perspektiven tillsammans med teknologi, marknader och byråkrati för att fånga upp dynamiken och strömningarna i Internet-ekologin och jämför med tekniska samhällsförändringar, som exempelvis järnvägsnät, postverk och finansiella marknader. Jag konstaterar att Internet har varit styrt av teknologiskt baserade värderingar, till skillnad från de andra exemplen som i huvudsak har utformats av dynamiken mellan byråkrati och marknad. I denna mån förelår jag att teknologi kan användas som strömning och motperspektiv till den klassiska uppställningen med byråkrati och marknad för att beskriva fenomen i digitaliseringens tidsålder. Avhandlingen sätter även pågående trender i ett bredare perspektiv mot både organisation och teknik, och trycker på vikten av att förstå delarna var för sig och tillsammans för att på ett rikare sätt måla upp helheten. The modern society is to a large extent Internet-dependent. Today we rely on the Internet to handle communication for smart doors, self-scanning convenience stores, connected cars, production robots, telephones and ERP-systems. The purpose of this thesis is to unbundle the Internet, its technology, its coordination, and practical and theoretical consequences. Earlier research has, in telecommunications, focused on the Internet as one of many potential telecommunications services, such as cellphones or cable-TV, and the management and information systems field has by and large treated the Internet as black-boxable infrastructure. This thesis explains the Internet from the combined perspectives of technology and coordination. This text contains three empirical studies. The first is focused on conceptualizing and discussing the Internet in a meaningful way using both technology and coordination frameworks. I unceremoniously conclude that the Internet is both a technological and a coordination phenomenon and neither of these aspects can be ignored. The Internet is technological in that it concerns digital packet switched digital communication (as opposed to circuit switched) or purely analog communications. The technological dimension of the Internet is similar in its constituency to classical telecommunications networks, and has best-effort mechanisms for packet delivery. In the other dimension, coordination, the Internet is an explicit bottom-up phenomenon minimally coordinated (or governed) by other ideals than classical telecommunications networks and systems. At its core this least necessary coordination concerns technical unique identifiers necessary for inter-network communication (in practice today manifested as naming with the DNS protocol suite, and numbering with the BGP protocol suite). Both dimensions follow similar design characteristics; the design of the technical Internet is similar to the design of the coordination of the Internet. These design principles, which are well aligned with software design principles, is the cause of the Internet’s layered design (“separation of concerns” in practice) and minimal view of coordination (the “least coordinated Internet”). In general terms it is fruitful to view the Internet and involved actors as an ecology, rather than one organization or entity in need of governance or control. The second study looks at the social resilience of the Internet. That is, is it possible through social means to change what the Internet is or can be viewed as. I use social resilience as a counterpart to technical resilience, i.e. resilience to technical interference. In essence, the bottom-up and separations of concerns design of the coordination aspect of the Internet minimizes possible influence of actors intent on mission disruption. I also practically show that even a take-over of the central councils have little effect the constituency of the Internet, since these councils are not invested with formal powers of enforcement. This thesis suggests that the cost of switching from ICANN and IETF to another set of organizations is quite low due to the nature of the coordination of the Internet, compared to for example, switching all equipment to IPv6 capable equipment. However, the current political situation is a threat to the current Internet regime, since an international and rule-based world order is no longer on all states’ agendas. The final empirical study focus on the practical and theoretical implications of the Internet on the case of net neutrality. The primary contribution is that de facto and de jure net neutrality differ in practice, and as such de facto net neutrality deserves more attention. Also, I suggest that any regulation, either for or against net neutrality, is problematic, since such regulation would interfere with the inherent coordination mechanisms of the Internet. As such regulation should focus on providing the necessary markets for Internet function given the coordination and design of the Internet. As a net neutrality example, net neutral Internet access options should exist as part of a natural service offering if wanted by customers, not due to direct regulation. Throughout the thesis I identify two colliding world orders, both in terms of digital communication networks and terms of organizing society in general: the rule-based and coordinating order with its champions, and the integrated or sovereign order with its champions. In practical terms, the Internet can be considered a want in the former (the distributed perspective), but not the later (the integrative perspective), since the Internet lacks inherent (technical) controls for surveillance and content control which are necessary in a world order where borders are important. Regardless of if that importance stems from state oversight or intellectual property rights legislation. I use these perspectives together with technology, markets and bureaucracy to catch the dynamics of the Internet ecology. I then compare these dynamics with other technological and societal phenomena, such as railway networks, postal services and financial markets. And conclude that the Internet (as conceptualized in this thesis) can best be explained by technological values, in opposite to the other examples which can best by explained by the dynamics of markets and bureaucracies without any real influence of the values of technology. As such, I suggest that the classical frame of markets and bureaucracy can fruitfully be expanded with technology to better explain the Internet and similar digitization phenomena. This thesis puts current trends in a broader perspective based on technology and organization, where the two perspectives together better can draw the full picture in a rich fashion.