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I-D ACTION:draft-macgowan-dnsext-label-intel-manage-00.txt

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	Title		: Domain Name System (DNS) DNS Label Intelligence and 
                          Management System
	Author(s)	: M. Macgowan
	Filename	: draft-macgowan-dnsext-label-intel-manage-00.txt
	Pages		: 6
	Date		: 08-Feb-01
A multidimensional array of domain label analysis and extensions are 
offered to overcome a number of issues with the DNS and its use to 
locate resources on the Internet. These goals are accomplished by 
proposing a naming convention to add labels to domain strings. The 
result will be a rational relationship to the content that will provide 
a method for meeting the ever-increasing need to expand the namespace, 
while providing an efficient search system to access content in a user-
friendly manner.

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