Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol 998 : Bringing Telecommunication Services to the People - IS&N '95Funded under: FP3-RACE 2, FP4-ACTS
This book contains the Proceedings of an International Conference (IS&N95) addressing the technologies required for the effective engineering of telecommunications service software, a discipline which is called Service Engineering. In the increasingly competitive environment developing for telecommunications services, new services will need to be conceptualized, and created rapidly and cost-effectively in response to user requirements. To meet this challenge, service engineering has now emerged as a new engineering discipline. As such it is strongly related to software engineering, adapting the appropriate best practices from that discipline. In particular, Object-Orientation and Open Distributed Processing, are being adopted to meet the needs of the new telecommunications services market place. Many of the papers in the book reference the results of a group of RACE projects which have been undertaking research and development in the area of Intelligence in Services and Networks (IS&N).
Bibliographic Reference: Report: EN (1995) 507pp.
Availability: Available from Springer Verlag, Postfach 311340, 10643 Berlin (DE) or specialized bookshops
ISBN: ISBN 3-540-60479-0
Record Number: 199630010 / Last updated on: 1996-03-18
Original language: en
Available languages: en