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Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) [chapter]

2002 Building Broadband Networks  
Transparency must be viewed from within the DoD from different perspectives.  ...  (Ref. 5: p. 12) ISDN, like a shopping center, will have the flexibility to satisfy a variety of user needs and to adapt to changing customer and industry demands. G.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420000016.ch1 fatcat:udcomhg5cjej3lvd4k2r3fwksi

Integrated services digital network: ISDN

1986 Computer Compacts  
Transparency must be viewed from within the DoD from different perspectives.  ...  (Ref. 5: p. 12) ISDN, like a shopping center, will have the flexibility to satisfy a variety of user needs and to adapt to changing customer and industry demands. G.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0167-7136(86)90060-0 fatcat:kpq6ui2rfngyvavifklykeqzbm

All-Digital Techniques for the Optical Broadband ISDN

L. R. Linnell, H. E. Bussey, F. D. Porter, S. E. Minzer
1989 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
to as broadband isdn (bisdn). bisdn can support a wide variety of services over high-bandwidth digital interfaces ranging from very low bit-rate telementry through full-motion highdefinition video.  ...  The extension of fibre-based systems directly into businesses and residences will have a major impact on the development of the integrated service digital network (isdn), ushering in what is commonly referred  ...  Earlier systems, including basic and primary rate isdn, carried services in time-division channels. In a tm , specific periodic time slots are not assigned to a channel (Beckner et al. 1987) .  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.1989.0056 fatcat:x2rdbi475ngire6aopqfw6fwuy

Design Issues in the ISDN U-Interface Transceiver

D. Messerschmitt
1986 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
The design challenges faced in the integrated circuit realization of the basic customer access U-interface transceiver at 144 kbits/s in the integrated services digital network (ISDN) are summarized.  ...  Given the cost and performance objectives, thisrepresents a very challenging design problem from an algorithmic and technology point of view.  ...  INTRODUCTION HE Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) pro- T v i d e s telephony customers with a . set of standard interfaces that will support a variety of services including voice, video, and various  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.1986.1146466 fatcat:lxo5t7kd3behreypwbcdkn3kyq

NetCache architecture and deployment

Peter Danzig
1998 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
Architecture From a programmer's perspective, NetCache consists of sets of handlers for network, disk, and timeout events.  ...  We now have two years experience supporting NetCache for mission critical customers. As of December 1997, our biggest ISP customer had 500,000 dial-up customers and more than a hundred dial-in POPs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(98)00250-5 fatcat:iwsam4d2kfggneqtltwscfabgm

Authentication protocols for the broadband ISDN billing system

Chi-Chun Lo, Yi-Chun Yeh
1999 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
The broadband integrated services digital network B-ISDN offers a wide variety of services to its customers.  ...  From both provider's and user's perspective, a fair and flexible billing system is indispensable to the operation of B-ISDN.  ...  B-ISDN offers a wide variety of services to its customers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-5489(99)00024-0 fatcat:glyrrzoyqnaqnjaiqji6wtebbi

Metabroker: a generic broker for electronic commerce

Steve Caughey, David Ingham, Paul Watson
1998 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
In traditional commerce, brokers act as middlemen between customers and providers, aggregating, repackaging and adding value to products, services or information.  ...  In the broadest sense of the term newspapers, travel agents and department stores can all be thought of as performing a brokering role.  ...  is helpful to customers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(98)00094-4 fatcat:ao2es3z4xjft7gzudmn34mob3e

An architecture for integrating OODBs with WWW

Jack Jingshuang Yang, Gail E. Kaiser
1996 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
Our chosen architecture provides high flexibility for a wide variety of applications, ranging from managed healthcare to software development environments, and has been realized in the dkweb system.  ...  We discussed architectural alternatives and implementation issues, and briefly sketched our implementation of dkweb based on a conventional OODB.  ...  customization.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(96)00046-3 fatcat:jjcurpmjujet5gf5luw6ocsg3a

Active pages: Intelligent nodes on the World Wide Web

H. Houh, C. Lindblad, D. Wetherall
1994 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
They are hypertext documents that present a front−end to intelligent applications.  ...  Active pages provide a common interface to World Wide Web applications, crossing browser, platform and operating system boundaries.  ...  F30602−92−C−0019, and by a grant from Nynex. We wish to thank Professor David Tennenhouse for helpful discussions and his support, and Jonathan Soo for his initial work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(94)90160-0 fatcat:z6yc72pxozeuvjgjlb2wn76xsu

Beyond the Web: manipulating the real world

Ken Goldberg, Michael Mascha, Steven Gentner, Jürgen Rossman, Nick Rothenberg, Carl Sutter, Jeff Wiegley
1995 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
/Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 28 (1995) 209-219  ...  An interdisciplinary team of anthropologists, computer scientists and electrical engineers collaborated on the project, desigining a system which consists of a robot arm fitted with a CCD camera and a  ...  resources (a Grecian urn, a Gutenberg Bible, etc.), thus providing an alternative to pre-stored libraries which are limited in terms of perspective, depth of resolution, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(95)00094-8 fatcat:qf6noi7rarecdb4g6pucx5asae

Supporting highly manageable Web services

D.B. Ingham, S.J. Caughey, M.C. Little
1997 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
We categorise management issues into those concerning a site as a whole and those pertaining to individual services.  ...  This approach also facilitates the development of services that utilise dynamic content for service customisations, such as tailoring a service to match the profile of users.  ...  Thanks also go to the Netskills team, in particular to Brian Kelly (now at UKOLN as UK Web Focus Officer), whose experience in managing a large Web site provided valuable insight into current management  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(97)00044-5 fatcat:c5sthfivgrg3xhxmdajuvpywpe

Graphics support for a World-Wide-Web based architectural design service

Andrew Rau-Chaplin, Brian MacKay-Lyons, Timmy Doucette, Jedrzej Gajewski, Xiangqun Hu, Peter Spierenburg
1997 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
This Design Development Tool enables end-users to Select, Customize and Visualize house designs drawn from a large library.  ...  Having used this tool to select a base house design, the user can customize their selected design using a constraint-based graphical editor, and then view and walk through a 3D model of the resulting house  ...  Also, although the customization tool maintains important physical constraints, it does not maintain a "reasonable plan" from the perspective of function planning.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(97)00076-7 fatcat:wctt4yb6nvhgboewufspkl5ywa

Virtual infrastructure: Putting information infrastructure on the technology curve

David Tennenhouse, Butler Lampson, Sharon Eisner Gillett, Jennifer Steiner Klein
1996 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
In particular, Son Vuong has been a constant source of encouragement with respect to the dissemination of this work within the computer science community.  ...  The configuration may be achieved by customer managed software or through a service provided by another party.  ...  Transition Scenarios To take a long term (i.e., forty year) perspective, we model information infrastructure as a process that transitions from state to state.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(96)00009-8 fatcat:eueb3zzr3ne3vpd4swxkww54ie

A collision-free MAC protocol for optical star LANs

Ian F. Akyildiz, David A. Levine
1996 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
Before transmitting its data, a station must compete with others for the right to use a slot in a pre-assigned wavelength, using a collision-free procedure.  ...  A new multiple access protocol is developed for optical local area networks based on a passive star topology.  ...  To put this into perspective, this capacity is close to the equivalent of all the telephone calls in the USA today at the peak busy hour of the year [ 121.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(94)00108-1 fatcat:fp2bmobtnfclfjqh5mmo3amc7a

Formal methods for broadband and multimedia systems

Stefan Fischer, Stefan Leue
1998 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
The proper capture of desired system properties is a pivotal step in providing high quality systems.  ...  Second, we suggest a language extension and the corresponding semantic interpretation for Estelle.  ...  Finally, Section 9 concludes the paper with a comparison of the approaches, perspectives for veri cation, automatic implementation and the incorporation of stochastic expressiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(97)00132-3 fatcat:fzp6vhtkczg7lowlf4eminvbvq
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