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Distributed Feature Composition: A Virtual Architecture for Telecommunications Services

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Distributed Feature Composition: A Virtual Architecture for Telecommunications Services
—Distributed Feature Composition (DFC) is a new technology for feature specification and composition, based on a virtual architecture offering benefits analogous to those of a pipe-and-filter architecture. In the DFC architecture, customer calls are processed by dynamically assembled configurations of filter-like components: each component implements an applicable feature, and communicates with its neighbors by featureless internal calls that are connected by the underlying architectural substrate.
Michael Jackson, Pamela Zave
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Type Journal
Year 1998
Where TSE
Authors Michael Jackson, Pamela Zave
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