Tarun Abhichandani

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A major domain of e-government research has been the examination of information delivery to citizens. These services involve communications and transactions between government, at various levels, and citizens. The rise of these services has led to a concurrent need to develop models of citizen satisfaction with e-governmental services. This research aims to(More)
A major domain of e-government research considers effective delivery of information to citizens (i.e. government-to-citizens services). These services involve all sets of communication and transaction between government, at various levels, and citizens. Research indicates that due to the expectations that people hold while utilizing public services(More)
The next generation of enterprise networks is undergoing major changes as plethora of new architectures, applications and services begin to roll out within businesses. In general, the world of voice/telephony, video and data are “converging” into a global communications network. The purpose of this paper is two folds: First, the design, analysis and(More)
Media communication using SIP is providing us with capabilities to architect applications over ubiquitous platforms including the Internet. Although there are certain attempts to make media-enabled applications, there exists a need to deploy security and directory features that constitute middleware services. The software application, described in the(More)
Instant messaging is an application that enables networked users to send and receive short messages. Presence provides information about users’ reachability and willingness to accept/reject a brief chat session. Various proprietary IM and presence (IM&P) solutions are currently on the market, and standards are emerging. There are interoperability problems(More)
Video-conferencing over IP networks is rapidly becoming a popular application. Currently, there are two standards for signaling that are used in such applications. H.323 is the signaling standard from ITU-T (used by most commercial video-conferencing system) and SIP, which is an IETF approved standard for voice and video communications. In this paper, we(More)
  • Ali, S Pierre, +44 authors J V See Millor
  • IEEE Network
  • 2006
This index covers all technical items — papers, correspondence, reviews, etc. — that appeared in this periodical during 2005, and items from previous years that were commented upon or corrected in 2005. Departments and other items may also be covered if they have been judged to have archival value. The Author Index contains the primary entry for each item,(More)
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