Intelligent Networks: Proceedings of the IFIP workshop on by J. Harju, T. Karttunen, O. Martikainen (auth.), Jarmo Harju,
By J. Harju, T. Karttunen, O. Martikainen (auth.), Jarmo Harju, Tapani Karttunen, Olli Martikainen (eds.)
Substantial new breakthroughs are taking place in telecommunications know-how. This quantity offers a state of the art assessment of the present examine actions in clever community know-how. It includes the lawsuits of a workshop on clever networks geared up through the foreign Federation of data Processsing and held as a part of the 3rd summer season college on Telecommunications in Lappeenranta, Finland, August 1994.
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The Service Plane represents the service from the user's point of view. The TMN architecture does not directly provide with this kind of aspects. The Global Functional Plane represents with the service designer's point of view of the services. The TMN architecture 32 Intelligent Networks does not directly provide with aspects of Global Functional Plane. Distributed Functional Plane represents the fucntional parts of the IN architecture and the relations between them. This is quite the same as the TMN architectures Functional Architecture.
In order to chain sms together, knowledge of the connection pattern, decision options, and data required by Sms must be available. Therefore, the pattern of how sm are chained together must be maintained within the GFP, and described in the GSL. The GSL describes subsequential sm chaining, potential branching, and where branches rejoin. When an IN supported service is to be invoked, its GSL is laucnhed at the POI by a triggering mechanism from the BCP. At the end of chain of Sllis, the GSL also describes returning point to the BCP by indicating the specific POR.
The SLP editor provides three different levels of programming abstraction: textual programming language, a graphical SDL-based view and service independent building blocks (Sffis). See Wray 94. • The SMS is the service management system, services are down loaded onto the SCP via this and the appropriate initial trigger checkpoints (TCPs) set on the switch enabling the service for a specified line. • • Intelligent Networks 50 • The switch can be any switch for which a call model is definable. Phones, either real or simulated are connected to the switch.