Active Networks Architecture Using Declarative Language
This paper proposes an Active Networks architecture for VoIP Gate Way. In the proposed architecture, instead of procedural language, declarative language is used to describe the up-loaded program. This allows for a reduction in size of the up-loaded program, and increases the flexibility for describing the up-loaded program. Active Networks can then provide highly flexible services. An experimental system was implemented for feasibility studies. Specification of the declarative language used for describing the up-loaded program, basic functionalities of an interpreter for the language, and execution control program which executes components programs stored the node beforehand were confirmed.
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