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The World Wide Telecom Web browser

Sheetal K. Agarwal, Anupam Jain, Arun Kumar, Nitendra Rajput
2010 Proceedings of the First ACM Symposium on Computing for Development - ACM DEV '10  
In such a setting, the World Wide Telecom Web (WWTW), commonly known as the Spoken Web, provides a compelling alternative to the World Wide Web, since it relies on audio interaction over the phone.  ...  Simplicity of the user interface is vital for the usefulness of the browser for the low-literate population. This paper presents the concept, design, and usability of the Telecom Web browser.  ...  The World Wide Telecom Web (WWTW or Telecom Web or T-Web) [16] , commonly known as the Spoken Web, provides a mechanism to develop a web of VoiceSites.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1926180.1926185 dblp:conf/dev/AgarwalJKR10 fatcat:kuqkqrnxgbccxgrfrhuhfqrztu

The world wide telecom web browser

Sheetal Agarwal, Arun Kumar, Amit Anil Nanavati, Nitendra Rajput
2008 Proceeding of the 17th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '08  
We present the concept and architecture of T-Web Browser, a World Wide Telecom Web browser that enables browsing the Web of voice applications through an ordinary phone.  ...  As the number of telephony voice applications grow, there will be a need for a browser to surf the Web of interconnected voice applications (called as VoiceSites).  ...  We described the concept and a high level architecture of a T-Web Browser that is implemented as a Voic-eSite.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1367497.1367686 dblp:conf/www/AgarwalKNR08 fatcat:nadqvpeyejau7o255s56cnlfb4

Architecting end-to-end convergence of web and Telco services

Gerard Nicolas, Karim Sbata, Elie Najm
2011 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications and Services - iiWAS '11  
Google, Facebook) have reduced the gap between Telecom and Web worlds.  ...  Over the last few years, significant evolutions such as the mobile phones' enhanced Web-browsing capabilities and the technical incursion of Web major players into the Telco world (e.g.  ...  Thus, telecom and Internet players are also potential third party providers. Content is transported by a physical network which is the union of both operator and World Wide Web networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2095536.2095555 dblp:conf/iiwas/NicolasSN11 fatcat:ji2xqxmv2nbufkupkejycyu3fa

WWTW

Arun Kumar, Nitendra Rajput, Dipanjan Chakraborty, Sheetal K. Agarwal, Amit A. Nanavati
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 workshop on Networked systems for developing regions - NSDR '07  
In this paper, we present the World Wide Telecom Web (WWTW) -our vision of a voice-driven ecosystem parallel to that of the WWW.  ...  The World Wide Web (WWW) enabled quick and easy information dissemination and brought about fundamental changes to various aspects of our lives.  ...  THE WORLD WIDE TELECOM WEB Definitions We define the World Wide Telecom Web ("WWTW", "Tele-comWeb" or simply "T-Web") as an information and services space in which the items of interest, referred to  ... 
doi:10.1145/1326571.1326582 dblp:conf/nsdr/KumarR0AN07 fatcat:b4i5syjyavhzvoura747mgmxaq

The internet and its wireless extensions in Japan: the portentous interface between chaos and order

Venkata Ratnadeep Suri, Harmeet Sawhney
2008 Info  
on the browser, where an element of chaos reigned.  ...  The introduction of Google search engine changed the ecosystem by giving the unofficial web sites new visibility.  ...  The integration of broad based search capabilities and ability to access and browse the World Wide Web has resulted in the gradual demise of the walled garden approach.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14636690810874043 fatcat:2xlk2shnivcfzizvovkewcywea

Websocket enabler

Gerard Nicolas, Karim Sbata, Elie Najm
2011 Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications - IPTcomm '11  
Google, Facebook) have reduced the gap between Telecom and Web worlds.  ...  Over the last few years, significant evolutions such as the mobile phones' enhanced web-browsing capabilities and the technical incursion of Web major players into the Telco world (e.g.  ...  or Telecom) developed in any language.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2124436.2124441 fatcat:gi435rf5s5flxp565xhhv6qepi

A semantically enhanced service repository for user-centric service discovery and management

Jian Yu, Quan Z. Sheng, Jun Han, Yanbo Wu, Chengfei Liu
2012 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
The repository consists of two main components: a fully functioned XML registry supporting facet-based access to service descriptions, and a novel semantic service browser that supports prosumers who are  ...  This paper particularly discusses the design and development of a service repository, which is at the very core of the OPUCE platform.  ...  Acknowledgments This work is partly funded by the research project OPUCE, under the Information Society Technologies (IST) priority of the 6th Framework Program of the European Community, Contract No.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.datak.2011.10.005 fatcat:oj54dfdq3jf2te4w5kcllrhbsu

Towards Context-Aware Telecom End User Services through SOA [chapter]

Philipp H. Mohr, Giuseppe Raffa, Marina Pettinari, Tullio Salmon Cinotti, Cristina Frà, Claudio Venezia, Paolo Protto
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The SOA related components are highlighted and the platform's integration into a Telecom provider's service architecture is described -pointing out challenges in terms of protocols and semantic interoperability  ...  An example application bridging the gap between data collected through a user's mobile phone and a web based portal in order to provide a Virtual Location Application through our platform is presented.  ...  SLEE and IMS based ones [2] , tailored towards the Telecom world.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-93851-4_31 fatcat:6aqtbgmikrbyjj2scrhvsgrroi

Fumbling the future

Moshe Y. Vardi
2011 Communications of the ACM  
This editorial is a story of how I fumbled the future. It is not widely known, but I almost invented the World-Wide Web-twice (smiley face here).  ...  In other words, while we did not predict Google, Facebook, or Wikipedia, we did describe, rather presciently I think, the World-Wide Web. What happened with that exciting vision?  ... 
doi:10.1145/1897852.1897853 fatcat:hzq7r2aigzeb3jjfxnhkd4hwwi

Page 30 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 70, Issue 10 [page]

1996 Florida Bar Journal  
The Internet also can do many things previously con¬ ducted by telephone, as demonstrated by the emergence of audioconferencing on the World-Wide Web.  ...  Even today it is possible to create “intelligent” Web pages that automatically conform themselves to the browser actually in use.  ... 

A few myths about telco and OTT models

Emmanuel Bertin, Noel Crespi, Michel L'Hostis
2011 2011 15th International Conference on Intelligence in Next Generation Networks  
Two of the most visible trends are the Over-The-Top (OTT) models, pushed by webcos, i.e. the major companies driving the offering of web services, and the telco model, favored by telecommunication network  ...  With an analysis of the differences and the commonalities between these two models, this paper unveils the reality about some of the myths surrounding OTT and the telcos' models.  ...  Already, a web browser has become the most widely-used endpoint with which to access digital services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icin.2011.6081106 dblp:conf/icin/BertinCL11 fatcat:6jsqkcuaajcmtjso3hbracdjba

Enabling mobile network managers

James Reilly, Petri Niska, Luca Deri, Dieter Gantenbein
1997 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
Although the specific focus is on network management solutions, the results are generally applicable to many other types of applications as well.  ...  Some details and experiences from an actual implementation are described, using the Nokia 9000 Communicator and IBM Webbin' CMIP as the enabling technologies.  ...  Recent advances in technology such as the World Wide Web (WWW) browsers and services, corporate intranets, and "executable content" such as provided by Java; introduce the possibility for a more network-centric  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(97)00018-4 fatcat:u3v5onzobrcgxgyi5n67mlan2i

Emerginov: How Free Software Can Boost Local Innovation, a Win-Win Deal between Operator and Local Innovation Partners [chapter]

Morgan Richomme, Geerish Suddul, Rai Basgeet, Avinash Soobul
2011 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
This method based on the promotion of free software has been validated during Orange Expo 2010 Mauritius organized by Mauritius Telecom.  ...  The goal is to boost local innovation and ease the development of "Telcoweb" micro-services.  ...  However micro-services, bridging Telecommunication world (GSM is widely available in emerging countries) and web worlds (expertise and collective intelligence in the network), could have a real impact  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23828-4_13 fatcat:eyqtxf2brbgwleexxq5iz4bi5e

Experiences on building a distributed computing platform prototype for telecom network and service management [chapter]

Sakari Rahkila, Susanne Stenberg
1997 Integrated Network Management V  
The World Wide Web has grown to become one of the most popular services on the Internet.  ...  Keywords Network Management, Service Management, World Wide Web, CORBA A. A. Lazar et al. (eds.), Integrated Network Management V  ...  Web browsers provide for cost-benefits, the user interfaces are easy to use, and enables mobile management in that remote access only requires access to the Internet and a Web browser [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35180-3_10 fatcat:eieh5wqow5ae3jwj43rgvzsja4

Web history and economics

Andrew Odlyzko
2012 Computer Networks  
This survey leads to some speculative thoughts about the future of the Web.  ...  In retrospect, the Web appears a very natural development, a byproduct of the growth of the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector.  ...  Further, even after the Web and the Netscape browser had already attained wide usage, there were many observers (including the author of this piece, in [16] ) who thought that even better solutions would  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2012.10.011 fatcat:6irmbafnsndrtaor5hq2xxxkiy
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