Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks: IFIP TC6 WG6.7 International Conference on Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks, 2-5 S by Jorgen NorgaardIntelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks: IFIP TC6 WG6.7 International Conference on Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks, 2-5 S by Jorgen Norgaard

Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks: IFIP TC6 WG6.7 International Conference on…

byJorgen NorgaardEditorVilly Baek Iversen

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The IFIP International Working Conference on Intelligent Networks '95 was held at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Copenhagen. The conference was organised jointly by the Center for Tete-Information at DTU and Tele Danmark Research! during August 30-31 1995 and was hosted by the Center for Tete-Information. The conference was sponsored by IFIP TC6. The papers contained in this book are edited versions of the papers from the conference and some of the tutorial presentations that were arranged prior to the conference. The mixture of tutorial papers and conference papers gives a broad and yet thorough coverage of activities and central areas of development in the IN world at this point in time. Future developments, especially in the area of extended mobility support and multimedia capabilities, are also pre­ sented. BACKGROUND The theme of the conference was the two major trends in Intelligent Networks (IN) develop­ ment: • ITU and ETSI based IN standards, such as CS-1 and the upcoming CS-2 and • long term development as undertaken by, for example, the TINA consortium and the Euro­ pean RACE and ACTS programmes. The present IN technology based on capability sets is on its way into the networks, and opera­ tors are pushing for open platforms to be deployed in the networks in the near future in order to obtain greater freedom in selecting platforms for service provisioning.
Title:Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks: IFIP TC6 WG6.7 International Conference on…Format:PaperbackDimensions:308 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:February 27, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

One Market Issues.- 1 Telecommunication trends.- 2 Implications of technology and policy for intelligent network research priorities.- 3 On intelligent network certification: performance issues.- 4 Application of intelligent networks in banking.- Two Service Creation.- 5 The P103 service creation environment model.- 6 The feature interaction problem in the IN: in search of a global solution.- 7 Formal criteria for feature interactions in telecommunications systems.- 8 Open service node for intelligent networks.- 9 Advanced concepts in an IN-switching platform: standards and IN.- 10 Nokia SCE - an architecture for a lightweight SCE.- Three Database issues.- 11 Design issues and experimental database architecture for telecommunications.- Four Performance.- 12 Reusable simulation models for performance analysis of intelligent networks.- 13 Methods to synchronize the IN SCP's overload protection mechanism.- 14 The optional utilization of multi-service SCP.- Five Standards and IN.- 15 The telecommunication standardisation process: can it be 'reformed' to support 'de-regulation'?.- 16 Formal description of services.- 17 Intelligent network service creation: an ITU-T CS-1 view.- Six Multimedia and Mobility Services.- 18 IN and mobility.- 19 Call processing model for multimedia services.- 20 A generic service management architecture for multimedia multipoint communications.- 21 The multimedia reference model: a framework facilitating the creation of multi-user, multimedia applications.- 22 Call processing architecture and algorithms for future network.- 23 An overview of the telecommunications information networking architecture.- Index of contributors.