Falcarin, Paolo (2004) ‘A CPL to Java compiler for dynamic service personalization in JAIN-SIP server’, IEC Annual Review of Communications, pp. 577-586.
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Service personalization is a key feature of next generation networks: different standards and technologies have been proposed to meet this requirement in an easier and more flexible way. Among these, using standard APIs to abstract behavior of different network protocols and defining service behavior with scripting language can drive to a more flexible way to realize userpersonalization of call-handling policies. To reach this goal, this paper presents an efficient architecture and implementation of personalization policies, using standards like CPL (Call Processing Language) and JAIN-SIP. The novelty of this approach is the improvement of performances, enhancing a JAIN-SIP compliant proxy server with advanced Java features, like the dynamic remote class loading of profile objects. These are asynchronously generated by a CPL to Java compiler, in order to reduce overhead due to CPL interpretation and remote calls.
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|Additional Information:||Citation: Falcarin, P. (2004) ‘A CPL to Java compiler for dynamic service personalization in JAIN-SIP server’ IEC Annual Review of Communications, vol. 57, 2004, pp. 577-586..|
|Date Deposited:||27 Aug 2010 11:49|
|Last Modified:||22 Feb 2013 13:12|
|Depositing User:||Stephen Grace|