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2003
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A Policy Architecture for Enhancing and Controlling Features
Abstract. Features provide extensions to a basic service, but in new systems users require much greater flexibility oriented towards their needs. Traditional features do not easil...
Stephan Reiff-Marganiec, Kenneth J. Turner
FIW
2003
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Context and Intent in Call Processing
A new feature set suited for IP telephony is described. The user value of this feature set is discussed in terms of social science results. This feature set supports natural human ...
Tom Gray, Ramiro Liscano, Barry Wellman, Anabel Qu...
FIW
2003
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Detecting Script-to-Script Interactions in Call Processing Language
Masahide Nakamura, Pattara Leelaprute, Ken-ichi Ma...
FIW
2003
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Phase Automaton for Requirements Scenarios
Bill Mitchell, Robert Thomson, Clive Jervis
FIW
2003
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eSERL: Feature Interaction Management in Parlay/OSA using Composition Constraints and Configuration Rules
SERL is a language and framework for managing the triggering and execution of services in a single-user, single-network-component (SUSC) environment. We propose enhancements to SER...
A. De Marco, Ferhat Khendek
FIW
2003
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Generalising Feature Interactions in Email
We report on a property-based approach to feature interaction analysis for a client-server email system. The model is based upon Hall’s email model [12] presented at FIW’00 [3]...
Muffy Calder, Alice Miller
FIW
2003
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On Preventing Telephony Feature Interactions which are Shared-Control Mode Confusions
We demonstrate that many undesired telephony feature interactions are also shared-control mode confusions. A mode confusion occurs when the observed behaviour of a technical syste...
Jan Bredereke
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