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Performance Analysis of a Profile Management Scheme for Incall Registration/Deregistration in Wireline UPT Networks--Part I: Request-Based Scheme
Min Young CHUNG Dan Keun SUNG
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1999/05/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Communication Networks and Services
universal personal telecommunications (UPT), service/terminal profile, registration/deregistration for incalls, reset for incall registration,
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In universal personal telecommunication (UPT) environments, UPT networks retain information related to incall/outcall registration in UPT user service profiles in order to provide incoming UPT calls for UPT users in any location who have registered at a terminal. As UPT networks support incall registration, terminal users can be different from terminal owners, and several UPT users can register for incoming calls on a single terminal. Therefore, appropriate third-party protection procedures are needed to protect the rights of terminal owners. A terminal profile database can be used to store information regarding terminal states and incall UPT users registered on a terminal in order to enable third-party protection procedures. In order to manage information within both the terminal profile and the service profile, we propose a request-based scheme for incall registration/deregistration of UPT users and incall registration resets of terminal owners. We evaluate the performance of the scheme in terms of; 1) total cost and, 2) the number of terminal profile accesses per unit time for a terminal.