Object query services for telecommunication networks
This paper provides an overview of data management requirements for future Information Networks. To match some of these requirements, a dedicated Telecom Object Query Service is being designed by CNET and PRiSM laboratories. During the next three years, a pre-industrial prototype of this query service will be realized as a TINA data auxiliary project on behalf of the CNET. The main waited results are a first validation of the data management framework proposed for TINA and a technical and practical skill enabling to derive later an industrial version of our prototype.
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