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Title Service provision : technologies for next generation communications / edited by Kenneth J. Turner, Evan H. Magill, David J. Marples
Published Chichester ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, [2004]
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 366 pages) : illustrations
Series Wiley series in communications networking & distributed systems
Wiley series in communications networking & distributed systems.
Contents Part I: Network support for service -- 1. Introduction and Context / Kenneth J. Turner, Evan H. Magill and David J. Marples -- 2. Multimedia Technology in a Telecommunications Setting / Alistair McBain -- 3. Call Processing / Graham M. Clark and Wayne Cutler -- 4. Advanced Intelligent Networks / Robert Pinheiro and Simon Tsang -- 5. Basic Internet Technology in Support of Communication Services / Marcus Brunner -- 6. Wireless Technology / James M. Irvine -- Part II: Building and analyzing services -- 7. Service Management and Quality of Service / Pierre C. Johnson -- 8. Securing Communication Systems / Erich S. Morisse -- 9. Service Creation / Munir Cochinwala [and others] -- 10. Service Architectures / Gordan S. Blair and Geoff Coulson -- 11. Service Capability APIs / John-Luc Bakker and Farooq Anjum -- 12. Formal Methods for Services / Kenneth J. Turner -- 13. Feature Interaction : Old Hat or Deadly New Manace / Evan H. Magill -- Part III: The future of services -- 14. Advances in Services / James T. Smith -- 15. Evolving Service Technology / Peter Martin and Stephen Corley -- 16. Prospects / David J. Marples, Kenneth J. Turner and Evan H. Magill
Summary This book provides the first overview of the service technologies available to telecoms operators working in a post-convergence world. Previous books have focused either on computer networks or on telecoms networks. This is the first to bring the two together and provide a single reference source for information that is currently only to be found in disparate journals, tool specifications and standards documents. In order to provide such broad coverage of the topic in a structured and logical fashion, the book is divided into 3 parts. The first part looks at the underlying network support for
Analysis Communication Technology
ER Internet Book Full text
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-358) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Computer networks.
Telecommunication systems.
Form Electronic book
Author Magill, E. (Evan)
Marples, David John.
Turner, Kenneth J.
LC no. 2004299632
ISBN 0470020490 (electronic bk.)
0470020504 (electronic bk.)
0470850663 (print edition)
9780470020494 (electronic bk.)
9780470020500 (electronic bk.)
9780470850664 (print edition)