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IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) is one of the IEEE Communications Society’s two flagship conferences dedicated to driving innovation in nearly every aspect of communications. Each year, more than 2,900 scientific researchers and their management submit proposals for program sessions to be held at the annual conference. After extensive peer review, the best of the proposals are selected for the conference program, which includes technical papers, tutorials, workshops and industry sessions designed specifically to advance technologies, systems and infrastructure that are continuing to reshape the world and provide all users with access to an unprecedented spectrum of high-speed, seamless and cost-effective global telecommunications services.
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The ICIN conference, established in 1989 and praised for the richness of its social networking, is also recognized for its continuous adaptation to emerging technical trends.2019 will be the year of first large-scale 5G trials world-wide, targeting early network introduction, preliminary experimentation of network intelligence and orchestration solutions, and moving towards commercial large scale introduction in the 2020 horizon.At ICIN 2019, the driving theme is “Network AI and Zero-Touch Communication Systems”: we focus on the challenges related to the integration of analytics and orchestration solutions, enablers and methods, into automatic and autonomic service delivery and network management and operations. The conference will foster presentation of novel approaches and technical solutions, as well as experimental validation and proof of concepts.
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The scope of the Congress will cover all aspects of innovative services computing and applications, current and emerging. It involves various systems and networking aspects, such as cloud, edge, and Internet-of-Things (IoT), as well as other research and technologies, such as intelligent computing, learning techniques, blockchain and big data, including quality factors, such as high performance, security, privacy, dependability, trustworthiness, and cost-effectiveness.
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IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, 2014
Graphs are powerful tools suitable for a large variety of applications including chemical databases and the Semantic Web, among others. A fundamental query of graph databases is the subgraph query: given a query graph q, it retrieves the data graphs from a database that contain q. Due to the cost of managing massive data coupled with the computational hardness of ...
Bell Labs Technical Journal, 2013
Communication service provider ambitions to profitably leverage their network capabilities, provide novel differentiating services, and potentially even to tap into the talents of global development communities motivates the idea of a flexible service platform and service creation environment. Optimally, the platform should include a multiplicity of enablers that provide convenient programming interfaces to network elements and an environment where those ...
2016 IEEE Second International Conference on Big Data Computing Service and Applications (BigDataService), 2016
The Internet has become an essential part of day-today business. Many personal and industrial business use cases assume the availability of perpetual Internet access for fulfillment. The access to the Internet, ironically, is expensive, given various tiered pricing models that Internet Service Providers (ISP) employ. In many developing economies, the availability of the Internet is very sporadic, or only can ...
2007 IEEE Congress on Services (Services 2007), 2007
Apart from Web services enablement technology and infrastructure, services pricing strategies determine its ultimate outcome for any services delivery in the community-based collaboration environment such as Web 2.0 enabled service market. In this paper, we model pricing strategies by taking services' demands into consideration. We show that the presented different pricing models are complement to each other. They fit the ...
Trendz in Information Sciences & Computing(TISC2010), 2010
The application of WSN is emerging as a new trend in different sphere of modern society. However due to the advancement of SWE, discovering sensor web registry services throughout heterogeneous environments is becoming a challenging task and raises several concerns like performance, reliability, and robustness. Many approaches and frameworks have been proposed to discover the sensor web registry services. Some ...
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Graphs are powerful tools suitable for a large variety of applications including chemical databases and the Semantic Web, among others. A fundamental query of graph databases is the subgraph query: given a query graph q, it retrieves the data graphs from a database that contain q. Due to the cost of managing massive data coupled with the computational hardness of subgraph query processing, outsourcing the processing to a third-party service provider is an appealing alternative. However, security properties such as data integrity and the response time are critical Quality of Service (QoS) issues in query services. Unfortunately, to our knowledge, authenticated subgraph query services have not been addressed before. To support the service, we propose Merkle IFTree (MIFTree) where Merkle hash trees are applied into our Intersection-aware Feature-subgraph Tree (IFTree). IFTree aims to minimize I/O in a well-received subgraph query paradigm called the filtering-and- verification framework. The structures that need to be introduced to verification objects ( VOs) and the authentication time are both minimized. Subsequently, the overall response time is minimized. For optimizations, we propose an enhanced authentication method on MIFTree. Our detailed experiments on both real and synthetic datasets demonstrate that MIFTree is clearly more efficient than a baseline method.
Communication service provider ambitions to profitably leverage their network capabilities, provide novel differentiating services, and potentially even to tap into the talents of global development communities motivates the idea of a flexible service platform and service creation environment. Optimally, the platform should include a multiplicity of enablers that provide convenient programming interfaces to network elements and an environment where those enablers may be woven into composite services. The Service Composition Framework (SCF) for Alcatel-Lucent's Open API Platform is robust and sophisticated middleware for hosting composite services. Such services can be created by third parties via an innovative service creation environment. The SCF is built on a core of open source software, with the valuable addition of a maintenance infrastructure, and a suite of services, enablers, policies, and utilities to support new services. This paper also describes the SCF's run- time hosting of composite services, their configuration, and their creation using the companion SCE.
The Internet has become an essential part of day-today business. Many personal and industrial business use cases assume the availability of perpetual Internet access for fulfillment. The access to the Internet, ironically, is expensive, given various tiered pricing models that Internet Service Providers (ISP) employ. In many developing economies, the availability of the Internet is very sporadic, or only can be afford by a few. The enablement of free Internet access, Wi-Fi access points, in developing economies is huge business opportunity for ISPs. This paper discusses ISP driven business model of proving free Internet.
Apart from Web services enablement technology and infrastructure, services pricing strategies determine its ultimate outcome for any services delivery in the community-based collaboration environment such as Web 2.0 enabled service market. In this paper, we model pricing strategies by taking services' demands into consideration. We show that the presented different pricing models are complement to each other. They fit the needs of different consumer types such as savvy consumers or causal consumers. One implication of the analysis is to design flexible pricing schemes within Web 2.0 services market as much as possible.
The application of WSN is emerging as a new trend in different sphere of modern society. However due to the advancement of SWE, discovering sensor web registry services throughout heterogeneous environments is becoming a challenging task and raises several concerns like performance, reliability, and robustness. Many approaches and frameworks have been proposed to discover the sensor web registry services. Some of the approaches assume that the requests are placed in SOAP compatible formats while others focus on GUI based parametric query processing. We have formulated an approach that uses the Natural Language Query Processing which is a convenient and easy method of sensor data access in comparison to SQL or XML based Query Language like XQuery and XPath. We also propose an architecture based on x-SOA that organizes the method of sensor web registry service discovery in an efficient and structured manner using an intermediary, requester friendly layer called the Request Parser & Query Generator (RPQ) between the service provider and service requester via a service registry. We describe how RPQ facilitates the processing of plain text request query to a most appropriate sensor web service and also an algorithm with implementation for a complete cycle of sensor web registry service discovery.
Summary form only given. Network operators are now on a journey towards a next generation network (NGN) built on horizontal "planes", moving away from traditional vertical structure networks for fixed voice and data communication networks. IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) is a part of wider network transformation to next generation (NG) networks. The IMS core network has a common IP based transport plane and a common signalling or control plane, and it can be accessed by different access networks. IMS provides a control layer based on an end-to-end based session initiation protocol (SIP) that can control a session and remain agnostic of the access network. This innovation in the telecom industry where more intelligence is moving to the edge, can be closely linked to another innovation in the IT industry, where applications are being rendered as re-usable components, or services as we may refer to them. Such components, when made available on the Web are referred to as Web services. IBM's service enablement solution in the NGN space is based on three strategic tenets. First of all, it makes use of the common IP transport plane and the Web services realization mechanism as a backbone for composite services within a single session. This would help network operators to generate revenue in a converged telecom network. Secondly, it uses Web services to automate the entire lifecycle of a service. This leads to automation of the service delivery platform (SDP), which in turn allows third party application providers to deploy services by using the services exposed by network provider. Finally, as premium composite services are deployed to the end user, he/she would have a higher quality of experience (QoE). IMS provides a per-subscriber control of QoS as part of QoE. As the subscriber uses various composite services, the IMS ability to control QoE/QoS, becomes a huge differentiator for IMS over just uncontrolled access over the Internet. In other words, IMS QoE encompasses QoS, enhanced GUI and IMS composite service, and not be just the experience of using the composite service. This paper discusses how IBM's SDP solution leverages SOA principles and uses a Web services based platform to implement composite services, addressing all stages of the service lifecycle - service creation, service deployment, service delivery and service management. We shall also discuss how this platform has been implemented in AT&T, USA
The Internet of Things (IoT) and especially the application in industrial and business applications like Machine-2-Machine communication (M2M) generates new information supply chains and respective value chains. Within these chains, new roles and new players emerge. This article discusses the role of the application enablement providers (AEP) and their relation to the End-to-End solution providers (E2E). Application enablement providers offer platform services for the connection of M2M devices, the administration and maintenance and the rule-based processing of informations. These platforms (middleware systems) serve as a connector to the different applications using the M2M data. The fact, that middleware systems are separated from the application and operated independently is a challenge but also a chance for new players. Nevertheless, this new role requires technical solutions and interfaces, standards and of course business models for the AEPs. This article summarizes the state of the art for the definition of AEPs in IoT and discusses their roles.
Cloud IaaS and PaaS providers typically hold Cloud consumers accountable for protecting their applications, while Cloud users often find that protecting their proprietary system, application and data stacks on public or hybrid Cloud environments to be complex, expensive and time-consuming. In this paper we demonstrate, how integration of a security solution such as BT Intelligent Protection with the Service Store, results with security operations capability that can scale accordingly to the Cloud use. By enabling "click-to-buy" security services and "click-to-build" secure applications with a few mouse clicks, this integration creates a new paradigm for self-service Cloud-based integrity and security services.
Application enablement opens the door to higher value experiences for users and higher revenue opportunities for providers of communication services. The concept is to expose elements that have value–whether information or control or a task/service–to application developers for the purpose of enabling richer applications, which can be Web-based, mobile handset–based, or a combination.
The rapidly increasing complexity and scale of hybrid cloud environments requires improved service management capabilities in orchestration and automation. Current methods focus on provisioning infrastructure but lack functionality for consistently enabling and performing operational activities on managed services. We propose a data-driven approach to dynamically generate Orchestration Engine plugins from service descriptor metadata. Our approach extends Orchestration Engines by representing managed services as code within reusable blueprints in order to accelerate service deployments and ease management activities. In our work, we provide a data model and system architecture to allow service providers to easily author and publish resource definitions for a wide range of public and private services. These definitions may be combined into solution blueprints, forming a declarative and reusable representation of a managed workload. After provisioning a workload, administrators can view service instance data and invoke operational activities. For evaluation, we describe the authoring and orchestration of a hybrid cloud workload and discuss the strengths of our solution versus current methods.
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