Interactive conflict detection and resolution for personalized features

  title={Interactive conflict detection and resolution for personalized features},
  author={Daniel Amyot and Tom Gray and Ramiro Liscano and Luigi Logrippo and Jacques Sincennes},
  journal={Journal of Communications and Networks},
In future telecommunications systems, behaviour will be defined by inexperienced users for many different purposes, often by specifying requirements in the form of policies. The call processing language (CPL) was developed by the IETF in order to make it possible to define telephony policies in an Internet telephony environment. However, user-defined policies can hide inconsistencies or feature interactions. In this paper, a method and a tool are proposed to flag inconsistencies in a set of… CONTINUE READING
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