Telecommunication Network Intelligence

Telecommunication Network Intelligence : IFIP TC6/WG6.7 Sixth International Conference on Intelligence in Networks (SmartNet 2000), September 18-22, 2000, Vienna, Austria

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Telecommunication Network Intelligence is a state-of-the-art book that deals with issues related to the development, distribution, and management of intelligent capabilities and services in telecommunication networks.
The book contains recent results of research and development in the following areas, among others:

Platforms for Advanced Services;
Active and Programmable Networks;
Network Security, Intelligence, and Monitoring;
Quality-of-Service Management;
Mobile Agents;
Dynamic Switching and Network Control;
Services in Wireless Networks;
Infrastructure for Flexible Services.

Telecommunication Network Intelligence comprises the proceedings of SmartNet 2000, the Sixth International Conference on Intelligence in Networks, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held at the Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, in September 2000.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 630 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 35.05mm | 2,370g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1997 ed.
  • XIV, 630 p.
  • 0792379322
  • 9780792379324

Table of contents

Preface. Committees. Reviewers. Part One: QoS and Security Services. Internet Service Delivery Control with Mobile Code; M. Gunter, T. Braun. Traffic Considerations for Security Services in VoIP Systems; W. Wimmreuter. Part Two: Platforms for Advanced Services. An Architecture for Providing Advanced Telecommunication Services; Y. Duponchel, et al. A Service Platform for Internet-Telecom Services using SIP; S. Bessler, et al. Towards Dynamic Composition of Hybrid Communication Services; J. Floch, R. Braek. IT-Technology for High Available Solutions in the Telco Environment; K. Wiesneth, S. Arntzen. Part Three: Active and Programmable Networks. Locating Services in Programmable Networks with AMnet-Signalling; A. Speer, et al. Open Programmable Layer-3 Networking; K. Hino, et al. Active Network Management via Agent Technology; Y. Kaplankiran, et al. Part Four: Dynamic Switching and Network Control. Smoothing Algorithms for DTM Networks; C. Antal, S. Molnar. Efficiency of the Prediction of High Priority Traffic in Enhancing the Rate Based Control of Low Priority Traffic; K. Pulakka, J. Harju. Advertised Window-Based TCP Flow Control in Routers; O. Pop, et al. Dynamic Programming Based Link Cost Function and Load Estimation Method for ATM Links; M. Conte. Part Five: Services in Wireless Networks. A QoS Provisioning Scheme for Multimedia Wireless Networks; M. El-Kadi, et al. Profile-based IN Service Provision for Third Generation Mobile Communication Networks; H. Nguyen-Minh, H.R. van As. Agents for Support of WAP-based Services; M. Matskin, R. Bell. H3M - A Rapidly Deployable Architecture with QoS Provisioning for Wireless Networks;E.C. Foudriat, et al. Part Six: Infrastructure for Flexible Services. Provision of Signalling for Programmable Services; M. Banfield, et al. A Versatile Network Independent Server Architecture for Multimedia Information and Communication Services; W. Kellerer. Part Seven: Mobile Agents. MobiliTools: An OMG Standard-Based Toolbox for Agent Mobility and Interoperability; B. Dillenseger. Software Agent Constrained Mobility for Network Performance Monitoring; C. Bohoris, et al. Packet Routing with Genetically Programmed Mobile Agents; J. Schuringa, G. Remsak. Part Eight: Network Security. A Multi-agents System for Network Security Management; K. Boudaoud, Z. Guessoum. Policy and Trust in Open Multi-Operator Networks; P. Nikander, L. Metso. Enabling secure e-Commerce on Mobile Phones; D. van Thanh, J.A. Audestad. Combining Authentication and Light-Weight Payment for Active Networks; R. Weis, et al. Part Nine: Network Intelligence. Quality of Services for ISP Networks; Q. Guan. An Intelligent Network Architecture for Internet-PSTN Service Interworking; M.K. Perdikeas, I.S. Venieris. I-centric Services in the Area of Telecommunication `The I-Talk Service'; S. Arbanowski, et al. Centralized Network Intelligence vc. Decentralized Network Intelligence; J. Ferchenbauer. Part Ten: Video Broadcasting over Packet-Networks. A Network Based Replay Portal; J.E. van der Merwe, et al. A New Multicast Technique for Video Transmission over ABR Services in ATM Networks; S. Felici, et al. Part Eleven: Network Monitoring. Flexible COM-based Software Solution for HFC Network Performance Monitoring; H.N. Chan, et al. Statistics Wareho
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About Harmen R. Van As

Harmen R. van As is full-professor at the Vienna University of Technology and head of the Institute of Communication Networks established in 1996. He has served in technical and organizing committees of many international conferences, and chairs the IFIP Working Group 6.10 on Photonic Networking.
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