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Title: Converged multimedia services in emerging Web 2.0 session
Authors: Adeyeye, Michael 
Ventura, Neco 
Foschini, Luca 
Keywords: Communication system signaling;SIP;World Wide Web;Mashups;Browsers;Session transfer
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Springer
Source: Adeyeye, O.M., Ventura, N. & Foschini, L. 2012. Converged multimedia services in emerging Web 2.0 session. Wireless Networks, 18(2): 185-197
Abstract: The increasing request for converged multimedia services have motivated relevant standardization efforts, such as the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to support session control, mobility, and interoperability in all-IP next generation wireless networks. Notwithstanding the central role of SIP in novel converged multimedia, the potential of SIP-based service composition for the development of new classes of Web 2.0 services able to interoperate with existing HTTP-based services is still widely unexplored. The paper proposes an original solution to improve online user experience by integrating a SIP stack into the Web browser, thus enabling the execution of novel SIP-based applications directly at the client endpoint. In particular, our browser extension coordinates with our novel SIP-based Converged Application Server to enable session mobility and prevent abuses of the services available in the client. Experimental results show that our SIP-based solution is feasible in most common Internet deployment scenarios and enables session mobility with limited management cost.
ISSN: 1022-0038
Appears in Collections:FID - Journal Articles (DHET subsidised)

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