Object Oriented Techniques in Telecommunications by E.L. CusackObject Oriented Techniques in Telecommunications by E.L. Cusack

Object Oriented Techniques in Telecommunications

EditorE.L. Cusack, E.S. Cordingley

Hardcover | April 30, 1995

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The British Telecom laboratories have a worldwide reputation for their research. This latest volume presents a sample of BT's leading-edge work in object technology as applied to communications engineering. The book is divided into two parts. Part One focuses on research activities which are extending current knowledge and includes case studies, investigatory applications and prototyped systems. Part Two details experience of using object technology in real developments from BT.
Title:Object Oriented Techniques in TelecommunicationsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pagesPublished:April 30, 1995Publisher:Springer Netherlands

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:041261460X

ISBN - 13:9780412614606

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Table of Contents

Foreword. Research. Object orientation in telecommunications engineering. Templates, types and classes in open distributed processing. Object oriented knowledge representation. A model-based approach to network, service and customer management systems. Object orientation: evolving current commercial data processing practice. Encapsulation - an issue for legacy systems. Formal methods in object oriented analysis. Formal specification in managed objects - a case study. Configuration interworking between service and network level management systems. The verification, validation and testing of object oriented systems. Development. Object oriented software engineering - process and practice. A managed object model of generic switch services. A network routeing management system: a practical example of an object oriented development. Object oriented correlation. Index.