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By René Meier, Barbara Hughes, Raymond Cunningham, Vinny Cahill (auth.), Lea Kutvonen, Nancy Alonistioti (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540262628

ISBN-13: 9783540262626

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifth IFIP WG 6.1 overseas convention on disbursed functions and Interoperable platforms, DAIS 2005, held in Athens, Greece in June 2005. The DAIS convention used to be held as a joint occasion in federation with the seventh IFIP WG 6.1 foreign convention on Formal tools for Open Object-Based disbursed platforms, FMOODS 2005.

The sixteen revised complete papers and five revised brief papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and are prepared in topical sections on context and site, interoperability architectures, methodological features, carrier discovery, configurable communique, and function and optimization.

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Redundancy is a more complicated problem of information overhead. Should information be removed after it has been used to derive new information or should it be retained for later use? Our solution stores for each fact the latest occasion of when and how often it has been used. Rarely used and old information are the first candidates for removal. However, storing extra properties about facts requires storage space as well, and thus the advantages have to be thoroughly considered before implementing the removal of old or redundant data.

Furthermore, the user requests to be informed about the charging status of the executing location-based service. Moreover, the VAS provider submits to the CAB his own charging information for the provided contents with added value. Fig. 3 presents the Message Sequence Chart (MSC) for this scenario. For the shake of simplicity, the MSC does not contain the messages exchanged between the user, the VAS provider and the Location Broker, the messages exchanged between the underlying network components and the CABG, as well as the acknowledgement messages.

This second information will be used during the collaboration policies definition process. Collaboration policies are a set of rules following a condition/action model. These rules define how collaborative applications might react when events coming from other collaborative applications are notified. In other words, collaboration policies are the mechanism allowing to determine how an application should react when receiving information (events) notified by other applications. Once a SuperSession has been configured, the Session Configuration Service can finally start it.

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