Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks: IFIP TC6 by Plamen L. Simeonov, Peter Hofmann (auth.), Dominique Gaïti
By Plamen L. Simeonov, Peter Hofmann (auth.), Dominique Gaïti (eds.)
International convention clever community and Intelligence in Networks (2IN97) French Ministry of Telecommunication, 20 road de Segur, Paris -France September 2-5, 1997 Organizer: IFIP WG 6.7 -Intelligent Networks Sponsorship: IEEE, Alcatel, Ericsson, France Telecom, Nokia, Nordic Teleoperators, Siemens, Telecom Finland, Lab. PRiSM goal of the convention to spot and examine present concerns on the topic of the advance of clever features in networks. those matters comprise the improvement and distribution of companies in broadband and cellular networks. This convention belongs to a sequence of IFIP convention on clever community. the 1st one came about in Lappeeranta August ninety four, the second in Copenhagen, August ninety five. The court cases of either occasions were released by means of Chapman&Hall. IFIP operating staff 6.7 on IN has targeted with the examine and improvement of clever Networks architectures. First the actions have centred in provider construction, carrier administration, database concerns, characteristic interplay, IN functionality and complex signalling for broadband providers. in a while the study actions have grew to become in the direction of the distribution of intelligence in networks and IN functions to multimedia and mobility. The industry problems with new providers have additionally been studied. From the procedure improvement viewpoint, themes from OMG and TINA-C were considered.
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