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Java in telecommunications : solutions for next generation networks

Author: Thomas C Jepsen; Farooq Anjum
Publisher: Chichester ; New York : Wiley, ©2001.
Series: Wiley series in communications networking & distributed systems.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Java in Telecommunications is aimed at experienced telecommunications network practitioners who need to plan strategically for the future as well as all those who want to stay ahead of the game and embark upon Third Generation networks and services."--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas C Jepsen; Farooq Anjum
ISBN: 0471498262 9780471498261
OCLC Number: 46809950
Description: vii, 193 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1.1 Java in telecommunications 1 --
1.2 California dreaming and the wizards of Menlo Park: a brief history of Java 2 --
1.2.1 Reasons for Java's rapid rise in popularity and acceptance 3 --
1.2.2 Real-world uses for Java 4 --
1.2.3 Java applets and applications 5 --
1.2.4 JDK 5 --
1.2.5 Java packages and classes 6 --
1.2.6 Original core Java packages 6 --
1.2.7 Additions to the Java packages 8 --
1.2.8 Looking toward the future 11 --
Chapter 2 Java APIs for integrated networks 15 --
2.1 JAIN value proposition 15 --
2.2 JAIN architecture 19 --
2.2.1 JAIN service logic execution environment (JSLEE) 21 --
2.3 JAIN protocol APIs 23 --
2.3.1 JAIN SS7 APIs 23 --
2.3.2 JAIN IP APIs 40 --
2.4 SS7 and IP convergence 46 --
Chapter 3 Java call control 55 --
3.2 Call models and APIs 57 --
3.2.1 Advanced intelligent network (AIN) 58 --
3.2.2 Java Telephony API (JTAPI) 59 --
3.2.3 Parlay 61 --
3.2.4 Java call control 62 --
3.3 Java call control architecture 64 --
3.3.1 Service drivers and requirements 64 --
3.3.2 Basic components of the API 66 --
3.3.3 Java call processing (JCP) 68 --
3.3.4 Java call control (JCC) 73 --
3.4 Call flows 79 --
3.4.1 First-party call 80 --
3.4.2 A call logging application 83 --
3.5 Discussion: JCC and its relationships to JAIN, JTAPI and Parlay 89 --
3.5.1 JCC and signaling protocols 89 --
3.5.2 JCC and application-level facilities 91 --
3.5.3 Relationship of JCC and JCP to JTAPI and Parlay APIs 92 --
Chapter 4 Realtime Java for telecommunications 97 --
4.1 What is realtime programming? 97 --
4.1.1 Rationale for development of a realtime capability for Java 98 --
4.2 Enhancements for realtime Java 100 --
4.2.1 Thread scheduling and dispatching 100 --
4.2.2 Memory management 103 --
4.2.3 Synchronization and resource sharing 105 --
4.2.4 Asynchronous event handling 107 --
4.2.5 Asynchronous transfer of control 109 --
4.2.6 Asynchronous thread termination 109 --
4.2.7 Physical memory access 109 --
4.2.8 Errors and exceptions 110 --
Chapter 5 Java for network management 115 --
5.2 Network management concepts 116 --
5.2.1 Layers of network management 116 --
5.2.2 Functional areas 117 --
5.2.3 Protocols 118 --
5.3 Client-server architectures for network management 118 --
5.4 J2EE and application servers 121 --
5.4.1 Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) 121 --
5.4.2 Java server pages (JSPs) and servlets 122 --
5.4.3 Java Message Service (JMS) 122 --
5.4.4 Application servers 123 --
5.5 Design considerations 123 --
5.5.1 Presentation logic 124 --
5.5.2 Business logic 125 --
5.5.3 Messaging 127 --
5.6 Configuration management example 128 --
5.6.1 Functional overview 129 --
5.6.2 Servlet design 130 --
5.6.3 Session bean design 132 --
5.6.4 Entity bean design 134 --
Chapter 6 XML and Java for telecommunications 141 --
6.1 What is XML? 141 --
6.1.1 Advantages of XML 141 --
6.1.2 W3C XML 1.0 Recommendation 142 --
6.2 Tools for XML presentation and display 144 --
6.2.1 Cascading style sheets (CSS) 144 --
6.2.2 Extensible stylesheet language/XSL transformations (XSL/XSLT) 145 --
6.2.3 Wireless Markup Language (WML) 146 --
6.3 Tools for application-to-application messaging 148 --
6.3.1 Document object model (DOM) 149 --
6.3.2 Namespaces 150 --
6.3.3 Schemas 151 --
6.4 Java and XML 154 --
6.4.1 DOM and SAX 154 --
6.4.2 Java-based XML processing tools 156 --
6.5 XML in telecommunications 159 --
6.5.2 Standardization 163 --
6.5.3 Electronic business XML initiative (ebXML) 164 --
6.6 XML4J source code to generate the so.xml document 171.
Series Title: Wiley series in communications networking & distributed systems.
Responsibility: Thomas C. Jepsen, editor ; [contributions by] Farooq Anjum [and others].
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This guide provides an overview of how Java can be employed to create telecommunications networks of the future. The text deals with issues such as call processing, multimedia processing, mobile  Read more...

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