INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Analytical Study of IEEE 802.11 PCF for Regional and Metropolitan Area Networks

    A star-like regional wireless network under IEEE 802.11 protocol is studied: its end stations are hidden from each other and linked only with the base station-the point of access to outer networks. It provides access to Internet users of cable LANs connected to its end stations. Transfer of large files...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Mobile Learning Applications-Ubiquitous Characteristics and Technological Solutions

    The paper describes ubiquitous characteristics and technological aspects of m-Learning. The most common abstract architecture is presented. Today's mobile OS and mobile browsers are described in the context of available tools and frameworks for design and development of mobile e-Learning applications. The development of ubiquitous learning is tightly connected with...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Possibilities for Modeling and Integration of Business Processes

    Web-based modeling of business processes is considered. The technological chain for generating loosely coupled systems, using the technology of Web-services is described. Requirements that concern the language describing the sequence of actions in the business process, as well as the infrastructure that will realize these actions, are determined. Standards for...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    An Enhanced IMS Architecture Featuring Cross-Layer Monitoring and Adaptation Mechanisms

    IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) entails novel business opportunities for pioneering and emerging multimedia services, such as IPTV and VoIP video call applications. However, this strong commercial interest on this promising convergent IMS environment is balanced by the lack of efficient user/customer-centric network management mechanisms. ADAMANTIUM project proposes an IMS-compatible Multimedia...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2006

    A Survey on the Integration of Enterprise Applications as a Service

    The concept of Web-services application has appeared after the failure to find another successful mechanism for interaction in the enormous variety of information systems and due to business requirements as well. The modern commercial enterprises use book-keeping, financial, production, store and other information systems. The present paper discusses the process...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    An Enhanced IMS Architecture Featuring Cross-Layer Monitoring and Adaptation Mechanisms

    IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) entails novel business opportunities for pioneering and emerging multimedia services, such as IPTV and VoIP video call applications. However, this strong commercial interest on this promising convergent IMS environment is balanced by the lack of efficient user/customer-centric network management mechanisms. ADAMANTIUM project proposes an IMS-compatible Multimedia...

    Provided By INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Analytical Study of IEEE 802.11 PCF for Regional and Metropolitan Area Networks

    A star-like regional wireless network under IEEE 802.11 protocol is studied: its end stations are hidden from each other and linked only with the base station-the point of access to outer networks. It provides access to Internet users of cable LANs connected to its end stations. Transfer of large files...

    Provided By INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Mobile Learning Applications-Ubiquitous Characteristics and Technological Solutions

    The paper describes ubiquitous characteristics and technological aspects of m-Learning. The most common abstract architecture is presented. Today's mobile OS and mobile browsers are described in the context of available tools and frameworks for design and development of mobile e-Learning applications. The development of ubiquitous learning is tightly connected with...

    Provided By INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Possibilities for Modeling and Integration of Business Processes

    Web-based modeling of business processes is considered. The technological chain for generating loosely coupled systems, using the technology of Web-services is described. Requirements that concern the language describing the sequence of actions in the business process, as well as the infrastructure that will realize these actions, are determined. Standards for...

    Provided By INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

  • White Papers // Apr 2006

    A Survey on the Integration of Enterprise Applications as a Service

    The concept of Web-services application has appeared after the failure to find another successful mechanism for interaction in the enormous variety of information systems and due to business requirements as well. The modern commercial enterprises use book-keeping, financial, production, store and other information systems. The present paper discusses the process...

    Provided By INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES