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PILOTE: a service creation environment in next generation networks

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2 Author(s)
Aubonnet, T. ; ENST, Paris, France ; Simoni, N.

We introduce a reference workbench architecture for UML (Unified Modeling Language)-based service creation founded on the decoupling of dynamic (process) and static (profile) aspects. This workbench has been developed in the PILOTE project (Processus d'Ingenierie du Logiciel des Telecommunications) of the French RNRT (Reseau National de Recherche en Telecommunications). A fairly high integration level among the tools of the workbench have been reached using metamodeling techniques (OMG standards MOF, XMI). This paper provides an example of a service creation environment in next-generation networks through a specification of the pre-paid calling card service. These INCM-compliant service creation processes and profiles, being exported to a repository, are now easily re-usable. Considering these aspects and the obtained results, the PILOTE toolset seems to be a good environment for service creation in next-generation networks

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Intelligent Network Workshop, 2001 IEEE

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6-9 May 2001

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