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Information Networks and Data Communication V : Proceedings of the IFIP TC6 International Conference, Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal, 18-21 April 1994 :  Proceedings of the IFIP TC6 International Conference, Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal, 18-21 April 1994 - Finn Arve Aagesen

Information Networks and Data Communication V : Proceedings of the IFIP TC6 International Conference, Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal, 18-21 April 1994

Proceedings of the IFIP TC6 International Conference, Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal, 18-21 April 1994

By: Finn Arve Aagesen (Editor), Harald Botnevik (Editor), Dipak Khakhar (Editor)

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Teleservice is a common concept for distributed application services related to the use of telecommunication equipment, PCs, workstations and mainframes. Teleservices represent a diversity of applications related to various user and vendor cultures such as traditional telecommunications services, E-mail services, cooperative work, applications, multimedia applications, mobile services and intelligent network services. The complexity and diversity of teleservices are increasing, but of greater importance is the change in the way in which teleservices are designed, delivered and maintained. Information Network and Data Communications captures the cultural as well as the technical variety of teleservice.

Preface
Committee Members and Keynote Speakers
List of Referees
The Internet - a cuckoo in the telecom service nest?p. 3
The teleservice goldrush?p. 14
Formal support for ODP and teleservicesp. 22
Intelligent networks and TINA service models - present and futurep. 41
What do you mean by BVPN?p. 61
Service node system for future telecommunicationsp. 69
Modelling functional agreements in EDIFACT environmentsp. 87
From protocol specifications to implementation - combining graphical Kannel-specifications with the OVOPS implementation frameworkp. 101
Enterprise models for authentic and access control services in open distributed systemsp. 117
Channel access protocols for WDM single-hop lightwave networksp. 135
Bandwidth management for Lan interconnection: IP over ATMp. 148
Teleservice provision via a frame relay network - a user case studyp. 166
The broadband virtual private network: from concept to a TINA-based realisation on ATMp. 183
Personal number service development on the TDX-10 SSPp. 197
On value elements of service control functionalityp. 209
Nomadic computingp. 223
A highly available, real-time database system for telecom applicationsp. 234
Network management in the OAMS open service architecturep. 246
Debugging environment for a large scale telecommunication systemp. 263
Integrated testing and debugging of concurrent software systemsp. 273
Compositional specification of ODP binding objectsp. 287
Experiences using Corba to build telecommunications applicationsp. 305
Cooperative work support in multimedia conferences by means of nested databasesp. 317
A transaction service formulated on an ODP compliant engineering platformp. 327
Application of CDMA technology to wireless local loop servicep. 339
Architectures for wireless ATM accessp. 352
Name service for object-oriented telecommunications systemsp. 367
Integrated service and mobility management from an ODP perspectivep. 378
Management security in the engineering viewpointp. 391
The MUNIN teleteaching systemp. 409
A road transport service architecturep. 425
Management of multimedia resources: from a genetic information model to its application to an MPEG2 video codecp. 441
Index of contributorsp. 459
Keyword indexp. 460
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ISBN: 9780412757501
ISBN-10: 0412757508
Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 461
Published: December 2009
Publisher: Chapman and Hall
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.69
Weight (kg): 1.85