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Intelligence in Services and Networks Paving the Way for an Open Service Market

6th International Conference on Intelligence and Services in Networks, IS&N’99 Barcelona, Spain, April 27–29, 1999 Proceedings

  • Al Mullery
  • Han Zuidweg
  • Mario Campolargo
  • Jaime Delgado
Conference proceedings IS&N 1999

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1597)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XII
  2. Rob Davison, Terry Turner
    Pages 3-12
  3. Patrick Hellemans, Cliff Redmond, Koen Daenen, Dave Lewis
    Pages 13-24
  4. Eleutherios Athanassiou
    Pages 39-40
  5. Marie Pierre Gleizes, Alain Léger, Eleutherios Athanassiou, Pierre Glize
    Pages 41-54
  6. Mikhail Bessonov, Udo Heuser, Igor Nekrestyanov, Ahmed Patel
    Pages 55-69
  7. Igor Nekrestyanov, Tadhg O’Meara, Ahmed Patel, Ekaterina Romanova
    Pages 70-82
  8. Keith Start
    Pages 83-83
  9. Nilo Mitra, Rob Brennan
    Pages 84-100
  10. Nils Fischbeck, Olaf Kath
    Pages 101-113
  11. Rob Brennan, Brendan Jennings, Thomas Curran
    Pages 114-127
  12. Joachim Quantz
    Pages 129-130
  13. Eija Kaasinen
    Pages 131-142
  14. Markus Breugst, Sang Choy
    Pages 143-154
  15. Kristian Schelderup, Jon Ølnes
    Pages 155-167
  16. Sang Choy, Markus Breugst, Thomas Magedanz
    Pages 168-180
  17. Willie Donnelly
    Pages 181-182
  18. Linas Maknavicius, Gautier Koscielny, Simon Znaty
    Pages 194-209
  19. Dave Lewis, Chris Malbon, Alina DaCruz
    Pages 210-222
  20. Filip Vandermeulen, Piet Demeester, Piet De Ceuleners, Jean-Marc Reynders
    Pages 223-238
  21. Fabrizio Zizza
    Pages 239-239
  22. John C. Francis, Bernhard Diem
    Pages 240-249
  23. Alain Macaire, David Carlier
    Pages 250-262
  24. Mark Donnelly, Ivan Griffin, Conor Morris, John Nelson
    Pages 263-274
  25. Sofoklis Efremidis
    Pages 275-276
  26. Fiona Lodge, Kristofer Kimbler, Manuel Hubert
    Pages 277-290
  27. Anastasia Kaltabani, Elsa Cardoso, Evangelia Tzifa, Panagiotis Demestichas, António Silva, Miltiades E. Anagnostou
    Pages 291-304
  28. Kristofer Kimbler, Carl-Henrik Hagenfeldt, Jan Ellsberger, Gustav Bergman
    Pages 315-327
  29. Andreas Kind, Miltiades E. Anagnostou, Malamati D. Louta, Jan Nicklisch, Juan Tous
    Pages 328-341
  30. Anders Olsen, Didier Demany, Elsa Cardoso, Fiona Lodge, Mario Kolberg, Morgan Björkander et al.
    Pages 342-354
  31. Jaime Delgado
    Pages 355-356
  32. Eric Sellin, Peter Loosemore, Sohail Rana, Jürgen Dittrich, Maarten Wegdam
    Pages 357-372
  33. Roberto Becchini, Gianluca De Petris
    Pages 373-384
  34. Sebastiano Trigila
    Pages 399-400
  35. Alfio Lombardo, Pietro Nicosia, Sergio Palazzo, Marina Samarotto, Giovanni Schembra
    Pages 401-415
  36. George D. Stamoulis, Dimitrios Kalopsikakis, Anna Kirikoglou, Vasilios A. Siris, Didoe Prevedourou, Sofoklis Efremidis et al.
    Pages 429-442
  37. Peter Schoo, Christian Egelhaaf, Tim Eckardt, Nazim Agoulmine, Michael Tschichholz
    Pages 446-458
  38. Christos Solomonides, Mark Searle
    Pages 459-468
  39. Lorenzo Faglia, Thomas Magedanz, Andreas Papadakis
    Pages 469-481
  40. Quincy Cabell, Peter Kirstein, Theodore Pagtzis, Thanassis Tiropanis, Lichun Wang
    Pages 482-498
  41. John Bigham, Laurie Cuthbert, Alex Hayzelden, Zhiyuan Luo
    Pages 514-526

About these proceedings

Introduction

Paving the Way for an Open Service Market We live in an age when powerful communications technology is becoming available to everyone. From our home we can send and receive not only analogue voice, but also growing volumes of digital information and even intelligence in the form of agents. We are becoming increasingly mobile and are expecting the same level of connectivity in the home, in the office, and on the road. The regulatory and commercial environment in which we communicate is changing. The telecommunications market is becoming increasingly competitive. The Internet is erasing the borders between information technology and telecommunications. And the way we do business is ever more dominated by electronic exchanges of information. Is our technology ready for the open market of networks and services? Can we manage the growing complexity of computing and telecommunications technology and place it at the service of the people? The challenge for the research community is to develop the tools and techniques that will ultimately bring the full power of communications and information to everyone, in a way that everyone can easily use. The Sixth International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks (IS&N’99) is all about technology for paving the way to the open services market. Since the first IS&N conference in 1992 the focus of the IS&N program has continually shifted. We see existing technologies maturing while new ones emerge, but the bottom line has always been putting technology at the service of the people.

Keywords

Information Agents Intelligent Networking Internet Internet Technology Multimedia Services Telecommunication Services micro-alloy transistor network management security

Authors and affiliations

  • Al Mullery
    • 1
  1. 1.I.C. EuropeCagnes sur MerFrance

Editors and affiliations

  • Han Zuidweg
    • 1
  • Mario Campolargo
    • 2
  • Jaime Delgado
    • 3
  1. 1.Alcatel ResearchAntwerpenBelgium
  2. 2.European CommissionBruxellesBelgium
  3. 3.Universitat Politécnica de CatalunyaBarcelonaSpain

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-48888-X
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-65895-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48888-0
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
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