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Intelligence in Services and Networks - Technology for Cooperative Competition : Fourth International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks: IS&N'97, Cernobbio, Italy, May 27-29, 1997, Proceedings :  Fourth International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks: IS&N'97, Cernobbio, Italy, May 27-29, 1997, Proceedings - Al Mullery

Intelligence in Services and Networks - Technology for Cooperative Competition : Fourth International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks: IS&N'97, Cernobbio, Italy, May 27-29, 1997, Proceedings

Fourth International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks: IS&N'97, Cernobbio, Italy, May 27-29, 1997, Proceedings

By: Al Mullery (Editor), Michel Besson (Editor), Mario Campolargo (Editor), Roberta Gobbi (Editor), Rick Reed (Editor)

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The invariant theory of non-reductive groups has its roots in the 19th century but has seen some very interesting developments in the past twenty years. This book is an exposition of several related topics including observable subgroups, induced modules, maximal unipotent subgroups of reductive groups and the method of U-invariants, and the complexity of an action. Much of this material has not appeared previously in book form. The exposition assumes a basic knowledge of algebraic groups and then develops each topic systematically with applications to invariant theory. Exercises are included as well as many examples, some of which are related to geometry and physics.

Service Architecturep. 1
Video on Demand in an Integrated IN/B-ISDN Scenariop. 5
TINA Computational Modelling Concepts and Object Definition Languagep. 15
Network Resource Adaptation in the DOLMEN Service Machinep. 25
A TINA based Prototype for a Multimedia Multiparty Mobility Servicep. 35
Architecture of Multimedia Service Interworking for Heterogeneous Multi-Carrier ATM Networkp. 49
Use of WWW Technology for Client/Server Applications in MULTIMEDIATORp. 61
An Experimental Open Architecture to Support Multimedia Services based on CORBA, Java and WWW Technologiesp. 69
DAVIC and The Internet Convergence: A Convergence Architecture Using WWW, JAVA, and CORBAp. 77
Service Engineeringp. 85
Intelligent ATM Networks: Services and Realisation Alternativesp. 87
Goal-based Filtering of Service Interactionsp. 97
Intelligent Networks Planning Supported by Software Toolsp. 107
Adopting Object Oriented Analysis for Telecommunications Systems Developmentp. 117
OSAM Component Model, A key concept for the efficient design of future telecommunication systemsp. 127
Extending OMG Event Service for Integrating Distributed Multimedia Componentsp. 137
STDL as a High-Level Interoperability Concept for Distributed Transaction Processing Systemsp. 145
JAE - A Multi-Agent System with Internet Services Accessp. 155
Motivation and Requirements for the AgentSpace: A Framework for Developing Agent Programming Systemsp. 165
Intelligent Networksp. 177
Proposal for an IN Switching State Model in an Integrated IN/B-ISDN Scenariop. 179
Harmonisation/Integration of B-ISDN and IN (EURESCOM project P506)p. 189
Intelligent Network Evolution for Supporting Mobilityp. 201
A Generic Service Order Handling Interface for the Cooperative Service Providers in the Deregulating and Competitive Telecommunications Environmentp. 211
From IN toward TINA - Potential Migration Stepsp. 219
ROS-to-CORBA Mappings: First Step towards Intelligent Networking using CORBAp. 229
Communications Managementp. 241
A Methodology for Developing Integrated Multi-domain Service Management Systemsp. 245
Towards Harmonised Pan-European TMN Customer Care Solutions: Interoperable Trouble Ticketing Management Servicep. 255
Implementing TMN-like Management Services in a TINA Compliant Architecture: A Case Study on Resource Configuration Managementp. 263
TMN Specifications to Support Inter-Domain Exchange of Accounting, Billing and Charging Informationp. 275
Inter-Domain Integration of Services and Service Managementp. 283
Domain Interoperability for Federated Connectivity Managementp. 293
Towards Integrated Network Management for ATM and SDH Networks Supporting a Global Broadband Connectivity Management Servicep. 303
QoS-based Routing Solutions for Hybrid SDH-ATM Networksp. 315
Static vs. Dynamic CMIP/SNMP Network Management using CORBAp. 329
SNMP and TMN: Aspects of Migration and Integrationp. 339
Managed Objects as Active Objects: A Multithreaded Approachp. 349
Internet - New Inspiration for Telecommunications Management Networkp. 359
Mobilityp. 369
Towards Global Multimedia Mobilityp. 371
GSM Evolution to an IN Platform: Offering GSM Mobility as an IN Servicep. 377
Integration of Mobility Functions into an Open Service Architecture: The DOLMEN Approachp. 391
Consistency Issues in the UMTS Distributed Databasep. 403
Securityp. 415
A Security Architecture for TMN Inter-Domain Managementp. 417
Maintaining Integrity in the Context of Intelligent Networks and Servicesp. 427
User Authentication in Mobile Telecommunication Environments using Voice Biometrics and Smartcardsp. 437
Human Factorsp. 445
End User Acceptance of Security Technology for Electronic Commercep. 447
Personalized Hypermedia Information Provision through Adaptive and Adaptable System Features: User Modelling, Privacy and Security Issuesp. 459
VRML: Adding 3D to Network Managementp. 469
List of Authorsp. 479
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ISBN: 9783540631354
ISBN-10: 3540631356
Series: Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 488
Published: 1997
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.57
Weight (kg): 0.69