Published January 1, 1997
by Ios Pr Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Raouf Boutaba (Editor), L. Logrippo (Editor), P. Dini (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
Abstract: The problems of defining features, services, and feature interactions in telecommunication systems are discussed. Several ways of classifying feature interactions are surveyed. Existing approaches for solving the feature-interaction problem are reviewed. It is seen that no full approach exists; they are all partial solutions. Abstract The feature interaction problem in telecommunications systems increasingly obstructs the evolution of such systems. We develop formal detection criteria which render a necessary (but less than sufficient) condition for feature interactions. It can be checked mechanically and points out Cited by: 4. Abstract: Today's telecommunication systems are enhanced by a large and steadily growing number of supplementary services, each of which consists of a set of service features. A situation where a combination of these services behaves differently than expected from the single services' behaviors, is called service by: After an introductory chapter on telephony the book briefly describes all of today's networks – PSTN, mobile, cable television, the Internet, etc. – and considers how they interconnect.5/5(3).
About this book Telecommunications network design and operation is now widely regarded as an issue of business management as well as electrical engineering. In this updated edition, Martin Clark, a pioneer of this perspective, applies it to the increasingly complex. The Second Edition of this critically-acclaimed text continues the standard of excellence set in the first edition by providing a thorough introduction to the fundamentals of telecommunication networks without bogging you down in complex technical jargon or math. Although focusing on the basics, the book has been thoroughly updated with the latest advances in the field, including a new chapter. Any signal different from the one that our system is designed to receive that is captured by the receiver impairs the communication and is called interference. Intra-channel interference originates in the same channel as our signal. Co-channel interference is due to the imperfection of the filters that will let in signals from adjacent channels. is a telecommunications expert with more than 25 years of highly successful multinational consulting experience. His book, Communication Network Management, published by Prentice-Hall (now in its second edition), and his book, Effective Management of Local Area Networks.
Telecommunication Technologies and Network Development Division Our mandate The Technology and Network Development Division, under Objective 2/2 Telecommunication/ICT networks, including conformance and interoperability and bridging the standardization gap, provides applied research and transfer of technological know-how, which is an. A telecommunications network is a collection of nodes and links that is capable of carrying audio, visual, and data communications. While the term was once used to refer only to the collection of switches and wiring used by telephone service providers to provide audio connectivity to residential and business customers, it is now understood to include Internet, microwave, and wireless . Abstract The state of the art of the ﬁeld of feature interactions in telecommunications ser- vices is reviewed, concentrating on three major research trends: software engineering approaches, formal methods, and on line techniques. Then, the impact of the new, emerging architectures on the feature interaction problem is considered. Feature interaction has been a major problem in the PSTN, and there are many reasons to believe it will be a worse problem for next-generation telecommunication networks.