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Software 5546 Visual arts see Art Visual Basic for Windows 5541-2 Visual display units see also Terminals Visual interactive simulation Companies - Computer applications 5581 Visually handicapped see ... - Telecommunications - Computers 5558 Library and information science - CD-ROM databases 5465 Networks - Telecommunications - Computerized information storage and retrieval 5386 Networks - Telecommunications ...
In this paper, we present ChurnVis, a system for visualizing components affected by mobile telecommunications churn and subscriber actions over time. ... As social influence seems to be a factor in mobile telecommunications churn (the decision of a subscriber to leave a particular service provider), the visualization is based on a social network inferred ... Hybrid price plans are generally less common than prepay and postpay plans. Figure 1. ChurnVis data processing and visualization architecture. (a) Data processing pipeline. ...doi:10.1145/2492517.2500274 dblp:conf/asunam/ArchambaultHT13 fatcat:bmfoeesylndypalgysbmxzk4q4
More recently, planning literature is showing increasing interest in telecommunication infrastructure, as it serves as the backbone of the digital economy. ... The link between planning and infrastructure has been a topic of numerous studies over a long period of time (Dodson, 2009; Graham and Marvin, 2001; Neuman and Smith, 2010) . ... private sectors in dealing with telecommunication infrastructure; and they examine planning and policy responses on the challenges and opportunities of planning for telecommunication in the form of digital ...doi:10.1080/07293682.2015.1019749 fatcat:dkr3rg3f4rgdxoicq66vzpu6v4
Churn, the decision for a subscriber to leave a provider, is frequently of interest in the telecommunications industry. ... In our work, presented at ASONAM, we presented a system, called ChurnVis, to visualize the evolution of mobile telecommunications churn and subscriber actions over time. ... In [11, 12] a spreading activation method for churn prediction on telecommunication networks is studied. ...doi:10.1007/s13278-014-0205-5 fatcat:6sgmuzepxnenhfeo7ne7lrrdmm
hard to visualize even a few years ago. ... With the demand for more and better communications, the need for basic products such as wire and cable, network and power supply products, and so on, will remain on a high level. ...
Aviation maintenance IS physical topology network of "star shape" model consists of several LAN networks (Airline company, Overhaul facility, branch offices of airline company and warehouse of spare parts ... Telecommunication equipment -already existing equipment (links) built-in within unique Company network. ... LAN (local area network) LAN -Aviation Company For computer network architecture is selected "star shape" model for several reasons: it is easy to extend this type of network with new participants, failure ...doaj:4a17a0d8e4614d8e9e48b8b646c02f2f fatcat:flm2m2rnrfcbvduplxyz3yixr4
network and telecommunication networks. ... Several stakeholders are necessary for the realization of a land subdivision and many 2D plans and documents are used. ... , water network, electricity network and telecommunication networks. ...doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlvi-4-w5-2021-119-2021 fatcat:p7xupyueszg75nshwobalshyjm
The research is to encourage the Sierra Leone National Telecommunication Commission (NATCOM), a telecommunication regulatory body, to mandate all MNOs in the country to roll out the 4G LTE core network ... The existing 2G / 3G network infrastructures in Freetown offer limited resources for download and upload speed of 12.54Mbps and 2.59Mbps, respectively, to active subscribers. ... Base on that regard, an LTE Core network (EPC) planning, deployment, and implementation is necessary for Freetown to complement subscriber demands. ...doi:10.34256/ajir20231 fatcat:dttn4wtodvewrgwatpbm7kpfwe
One of its roots is the Advanced Research Planning Agency Network (ARPANET) of the Department of Defense, which began to operate in 1969. ... The for- mer telecommunication monopoly was abolished and new actors, based on con- cession rights, appeared in the market. ...
The data for this study was collected by use of questionnaires. ... The specific objective of this study was to establish the moderating effect of brand architecture on tangibles and customer loyalty in the mobile telecommunications industry in Kenya. ... Introduction Mobile telecommunication industry is one that is of very big interest now. The world lately has found itself becoming a world village because of the mobile telecommunication network. ...doi:10.19044/esj.2018.v14n15p298 fatcat:tvpionwnurdbxigw7fhztyh5ry
national and transnational cellular network operators. ... being given, opportunities for using the existing national and international cellular connection infrastructure is researched; the prospects of shifting towards new cellular network standards of the fifth ... I AN EXAMPLE OF VR TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES PACKAGE TARIFICATION The composition of a VR telecommunication service package Tarification plans (package service options) Plan 1 Plan 2 Plan 3 … ...doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2018.090401 fatcat:pedgfo5xk5bdbbbxn76wfs3oeq
In the past, telecommunication technologies did not present any particular problem for persons with visual disabilities. ... In addition, clever use of networks and network-based services will allow access features to be built directly into the network, providing access to key visual information. ... CONCLUSION Advances in telecommunication technologies are creating new barriers for individuals with visual impairment. ...pmid:10678459 fatcat:kejjv7qgejaojgsu34f5yc252i
GTE and Bell Atlantic, for example, have recently announced merger plans. ... References 1 . 1 ITU-T Recommendation M.3010, "Principles for a Telecommunications Management Network," International Telecommunication Union, 1996. 2. ...doi:10.1109/2.751329 fatcat:7t4zeevqr5cixlkadwluxbanmm
Today” by Hank Epstein, President, Information Transform Industries “Future Technology for Networking” by James Barrentine, Director for Technical Planning, OCLC, Inc. ... Libraries/ Audio-Visual Center. ...
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Seeks to place telecommunications networks within the context of information retrieval. ... Discusses the potential for accessing and retrieving images by keywords, comprehensive descriptions and visual scanning of images. ...
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