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Databases in telecommunications : international workshop co-located with VLDB-99, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, September 6th, 1999 : proceedings
Original Title Databases in telecommunications : international workshop co-located with VLDB-99, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, September 6th, 1999 : proceedings
Author Databases in Telecommunications International Workshop (1999 : Edinburgh, Scotland), Jonker, Willem, 1962-, International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (1999 : Edinburgh, Scotland)
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Topics Database management, Telecommunication, base donnée, communication mobile, télécommunication, Bases de données, Télécommunications, Telecommunicatie, Techniek, Databanken, Banco de dados, Redes de computadores e tecnicas, Systèmes de télécommunications, Redes de computadores e tecnicas, Bases de données, Systèmes de télécommunications
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Submit Date December 30, 2015
Databases in Telecommunications: International Workshop, Co-located with VLDB-99, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, September 6th, 1999. Proceedings
Author: Willem Jonker
Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg
ISBN: 978-3-540-67667-6
DOI: 10.1007/10721056

Table of Contents:

  • Telecommunications Databases – Applications and Performance Analysis
  • Overview of Data Management Issues and Experiments in TINA Networks
  • PANACEA: A System That Uses Database Technology to Manage Networks
  • A Transactional Approach to Configuring Telecommunications Services
  • Making LDAP Active with the LTAP Gateway
  • Requirements Analysis of Distribution in Databases for Telecommunications
  • Database Requirement Analysis for a Third Generation Mobile Telecom System
  • Virtual Data Warehousing, Data Publishing and Call Detail
  • Joining Very Large Data Sets
  • Assessment of Scaleable Database Architectures for CDR Analysis
  • How to Analyze 1 Billion CDRs per Sec on $200K Hardware
  • A Distributed Real-Time Main-Memory Database for Telecommunication
  • Database Architecture for Location and Trajectory Management in Telecommunications
  • Panel Session: Do the DBMS SW Vendors Offer the Products Required by the Industrial User in the Communication Industry?

Includes bibliographical references and index

Telecommunications databases — applications and performance analysis / Matthias Jarke and Matthias Nicola — Overview of data management issues and experiments in TINA networks / Yann Lepetit — PANACEA : a system that uses database technology to manage networks / S. Seshadri and Avi Silberschatz — A transactional approach to configuring telecommunications services / Tim Kempster, Gordon Brebner, and Peter Thanisch — Making LDAP active with the LTAP gateway : case study in providing telecom integration and enhanced services / Robert Arlein [and others] — Requirements analysis of distribution in databases for telecommunications / Juha Taina and Kimmo Raatikainen — Database requirement analysis for a third generation mobile telecom system / Mikael Ronstöm — Virtual data warehousing, data publishing, and call detail / David Belanger, Kenneth Church and Andrew Hume — Joining very large data sets / Theodore Johnson and Damianos Chatziantoniou — Assessment of scaleable database architectures for CDR analysis : an experimental approach / Wijnand Derks [and others] — How to analyze 1 billion CDRs per sec on $200K hardwaare / Ian Pattison and Russ Green — A distributed real-time main-memory database for telecommunication / Jan Lindström [and others] — Database architecture for location and trajectory management in telecommunications / Sang K. Cha, Kihong Kim, and Juchang Lee — Panel session : Do the DBMS SW vendors offer the products required by the industrial user in the communications industry? / Jim Gray and Svein-Olaf Havsshovd

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