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1998 | 335 Pages | ISBN: 0471980943 | PDF | 16 MB

Intelligent Broadband Networks Edited by lakovos Venieris National Technical University of Athens, Greece and Heinrich Hussmann Dresden University of Technology , Germany 'Intelligent network elements' monitor the flow of user service requests, which enables Intelligent Networks (IN) to manage and control transmission, services and connections, and service allocation across the network automatically. IN can efficiently handle and control complex multiparty, multiconnection multimedia services when integrated with Broadband ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) signaling. This book provides an overview of the current status and the future trends in Broadband network evolution and multimedia services. It includes studies that cover all the issues of IN-based Broadband networks including: abstract functional models, software and hardware implementation requirements and techniques, interoperability with other non-IN and IN systems like TINA, and Internet, practical experience from prototype implementation and transitional pilot demonstrations, and system performance and scalability. Unlike any other work on IN currently available, case studies of IN-based networks supporting a Virtual Private Network, Video on Demand and Broadband Video Conferencing Services are used as the basis for presenting service deployment techniques, as well as for evaluating performance results. The wide scope of topics covered in this book is crucial to network managers, multimedia communications engineers, researchers as well as students of relevant fields, such as: * Integration of Intelligent Functions into Broadband networks * Flexible, modular architecture reducing the system complexity and enabling easy migration to implementation * Methodology and models for evaluating system design options * Up-to-the-minute research not available in any other single volume Content: Chapter 1.1 Multimedia Services and Network Concepts (pages 1-17): H. Hussmann and I. S. VenierisChapter 1.2 Intelligent Networks (pages 19-43): G. de Zen and P. TodorovaChapter 1.3 Broadband Signaling (pages 45-58): L. Faglia, E. Menduina Martin and I. S. VenierisChapter 2.1 General Framework for Intelligent Broadband Networks (pages 59-65): H. Hussmann and I. S. VenierisChapter 2.2 Functional Models (pages 67-102): H. Brandt, G. De Zen, L. Faglia, J. Humphrey and S. SalsanoChapter 2.3 Advanced Protocols for Multimedia Services (pages 103-123): G. Marino, L. Faglia, J. Humphrey and S. SalsanoChapter 2.4 Intelligent Network Service Specification (pages 125-151): A. van der Vekens, H. Hussmann, P. Todorova and F. ZizzaChapter 2.5 The Broadband Service Switching Point - B?SSP (pages 153-174): A. van der Vekens and F. ZizzaChapter 2.6 The Broadband Service Control Point - B?SCP (pages 175-191): J. Humphrey, H. Hussmann and G. PrezerakosChapter 2.7 The Broadband Intelligent Peripheral - B?IP (pages 193-203): H. Brandt and Ch. PatrikakisChapter 2.8 Practical Experience with Intelligent Broadband Networks - the INSIGNIA trials (pages 205-211): B. KochChapter 3.1 Interoperability of Intelligent Broadband Networks (pages 213-216): H. Hussmann and I. S. VenierisChapter 3.2 Comparison and Interoperability of Intelligent Broadband Networks with TINA (pages 217-233): M. Geipl and I. S. VenierisChapter 3.3 Relationship of Intelligent Broadband Networks with Pure Broadband ISDN (pages 235-239): S. SalsanoChapter 3.4 Relationship of Intelligent Broadband Networks with Narrowband Intelligent Networks (pages 241-245): A. van der VekensChapter 3.5 Relationship of Intelligent Broadband Networks with Internet (pages 247-253): H. HussmannChapter 4.1 Performance Issues in Intelligent Broadband Networks (pages 255-259): H. Hussmann and I. S. VenierisChapter 4.2 Methods and Models for Performance Analysis (pages 261-270): G. Kolyvas, S. Polykalas and I. S. VenierisChapter 4.3 Performance Analysis of Alternative Architectural Solutions (pages 271-284): G. Chierchia, F. Cuomo and G. KolyvasChapter 4.4 Congestion Control (pages 285-293): F. Bernabei and L. GrattaChapter 4.5 Scalability (pages 295-301): V. Nicola, G. Karagiannis and S. Polykalas

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