Fotis G. Chatzipapadopoulos

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Among the major reasons for the success of the Internet have been the simple networking architecture and the IP interoperation layer. However, the traffic model has recently changed. More and more applications (e.g. peer-to-peer, content delivery networks) target on the content that they deliver rather than on the addresses of the servers who (originally)(More)
The Intelligent Broadband Network (IBN) enables efficient provision of advanced multimedia services to users, exploiting the benefits of the ATM technology and hiding the limitations of current signalling systems to IBN service designers. The availability of technologies like DOT (Distributed Object Technology) and MAT (Mobile Agent Technology) opens new(More)
This paper identifies issues related to the service design process in an advanced distributed Intelligent Network environment. Starting from the fundamental definition of the Intelligent Network Conceptual Model (INCM) it highlights its basic, intrinsic properties and underlying assumptions. In an effort to enhance the traditional IN architecture with(More)
The Intelligent Network Conceptual Model is the reference conceptualization for any IN architecture.. It incorporates all important elements of an intelligent network and identifies their interrelations. More importantly, reifications of these abstract entities are presented from the point of view of four different abstraction layers. Implicit in that(More)
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