Harsha Kumar

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Current network management systems rely heavily on forms in their user interfaces. The interfaces reflect the intricacies of the network hardware components but provide little support for guiding users through tasks. There is a scarcity of useful graphical visualizations and decision-support tools. We applied a task-oriented approach to design and(More)
  • G Atallah, M Ball, J Baras, S Goli, R Karne, S Kelley +20 others
  • 1998
Today's telecommunications networks are becoming increasingly large, complex, mission critical and heterogeneous in several dimensions. For example, the underlying physical transmission facilities of a given network may be "mixed media" (copper, fiber-optic, radio, and satellite); the sub networks may be acquired from different vendors due to economic,(More)
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