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Telecommunications services management with computational reflection, using CORBA and JAVA

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3 Author(s)
Goncalves, P.R.R. ; Lab. of Network & Manage., Univ. Fed. de Santa Catarina, Florianapolis ; Bosco, J. ; Sobral, M.

Currently, telecommunications management systems are powerful, however, they maintain centralized and proprietary platforms, limiting in this way, the growth of these telecommunications networks. This factor generates the need for scalable and open systems, stimulating the sectors of the telecommunications area to seek for solutions to problems in distributed, heterogeneous and totally scalable environments. The recent advances in the area of distributed objects has created many positive expectations for the development of client/server systems which use, as if they were local, resources available through the network. The objective of this work consists of the experimental evaluation of the potential of the main CORBA services in conjunction with the Java language, through the necessary requirements for the main functionalities proposed by the TMN architecture. For the implementation of telecommunication services with reusability of code we use computational reflection with meta-classes substituting the manager and classes substituting the agents

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Telecommunications Symposium, 1998. ITS '98 Proceedings. SBT/IEEE International  (Volume:2 )

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9-13 Aug 1998

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