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Advanced Signaling Support for IP-based Networks

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ISBN: 9783731500377 Year: Pages: XXX, 333 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000035118 Language: ENGLISH
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Computer Science
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This work develops a set of advanced signaling concepts for IP-based networks. It proposes a design for secure and authentic signaling and provides QoS signaling support for mobile users. Furthermore, this work develops methods which allow for scalable QoS signaling by realizing QoS-based group communication mechanisms and through aggregation of resource reservations.

Dynamic Network Notation: A Graphical Modeling Language to Support the Visualization and Management of Network Effects in Service Platforms

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ISBN: 9783731500575 Year: Pages: XI, 236 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000035633 Language: ENGLISH
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Computer Science
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Service platforms have moved into the center of interest in both academic research and the IT industry due to their economic and technical impact. These multitenant platforms provide own or third party software as metered, on-demand services. Corresponding service offers exhibit network effects. The present work introduces a graphical modeling language to support service platform design with focus on the exploitation of these network effects.

Coordinating Service Compositions : Model and Infrastructure for Collaborative Creation of Electronic Documents

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ISBN: 9783731500346 Year: Pages: X, 179 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000035097 Language: ENGLISH
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Electronic documents frequently include contributions from different human and non-human sources. The Web, for instance, offers ever-changing content and services which can perform activities during document creation. This thesis introduces a solution for collaborative document creation which maps contributions of human and non-human participants to software services. The joint flexible composition and coordination of these services leads to a novel understanding of dynamic Web-based documents.

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