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Abstract
Title: CONCEPTUAL SERVICE ARCHITECTURE FOR ADAPTIVE MOBILE LOCATION SERVICES ON THE NEXT GENERATION WIRELESS NETWORK
Authors: Mrs. Saowanee Schou
Abstract:
This paper presents a conceptual service architecture for adaptive mobile location services, which is designed to be used in the open service environment of the next generation wireless network. The designed service architecture consists of a set of concepts, principles, rules and guidelines for constructing, deploying, and operating the mobile location services. The service architecture identifies the components required to build the mobile location services and describes how these components are combined and how they should interact. As a means of exploring and validating the designed architecture, a scenario representing a novel mobile location service utilizing the architecture has been developed, and an illustrative case study of this service has been carried out to demonstrate the interactions between different components in the architecture and to demonstrate the applicability of the architecture.