Network Intelligence provides the authoritative guide to the subject and sets this development in telecommunications into the context of other concurrent advances in customer premises equipment, computing and information networking. Written by research and development engineers at the BT Laboratories at Martlesham, the book is essential reading for engineers in telecommunications companies engaged in network design and for students wishing to become familiar with the current issues in Network Intelligence.
Intelligent networks, standards and services - T.W. Abernathy and A.C. Munday. Intelligent mobile networks - N.C. Lobley. Signalling in the intelligent network - M.C. Bale. Modelling intelligent network services using formal methods - K.C. Woollard. Speech systems - K.R. Rose and P.M. Hughes. The service node - an advanced intelligent network services element - S. Kabay and C.J. Sage. Operational support systems for an intelligent network - P.E. Holmes and N.J. Street. Service creation - G.D. Turner. Towards knowledge-based networks - P. Willis and I.G. Dufour. Distributed intelligence and data in public and private networks - R.P. Swale and D.R. Chesterman. Personal mobility services and personal intelligent communicators - D.G. Smith. ISDN and IN working together - R.G. Buck. Twenty twenty vision - software architectures for intelligence into the 21st century - P.A. Martin. The inforamtion services supermarket - an information network prototype - I.W. Marshall and Bagley. Appendix - list of acronyms. Index.
Series: BT Telecommunications S.
Number Of Pages: 260
Published: 31st December 1996
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 0.542