Architecture of modern CCS systems

Architecture of modern CCS systems

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Modern signalling systems are very complex and they need to continue to evolve to match more demanding requirements of customers and networks. It is essential that modern signalling systems are flexible enough to handle new services and changes to existing services. To achieve this flexibility, modern CCS (computer communications software) systems are specified in a structured way, thus allowing the specification to evolve in a controlled manner. A structured specification also allows a disciplined approach to design and development, thus easing the process of implementation. The term 'architecture' is used to describe the structured approach to the specification of CCS systems. The architecture of CCS systems is the key to their flexibility and evolutionary capability.

Inspec keywords: formal specification; computer communications software

Other keywords: signalling systems; CCS system specification; computer communications software

Subjects: Computer communications software

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