SIP Application Composition Framework Based on Business Rules

This paper presents a new SIP application composition framework, which can enable service operators to manage SIP application compositions using intuitive business rules. The framework supports complex conditions and feature interaction management when making application composition decisions. The requirements of SIP application composition is studied from service operator’s point of view, and possible extensions to current JSR 289 SIP application composition mechanism are discussed. We give example implementations to illustrate how the rule-based framework can be integrated to SIP Servlet environment.

By: Lina Ren; Jia Jia Wen; Qi Yu; Lee Longmore

Published in: RC24346 in 2007


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