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Implementing OMA RESTful location services in wireless sensor environments
2012 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)
By Md. Asadul Islam,Fatna Belqasmi,Roch Glitho,Ferhat Khendek
Issue Date:July 2012
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) RESTful location services are standard RESTful Web services for terminal location. They are location technology-independent and enable applications' portability and interoperability. Wireless sensors are electronic devices that c...
SOAP-Based vs. RESTful Web Services: A Case Study for Multimedia Conferencing
IEEE Internet Computing
By Fatna Belqasmi,Jagdeep Singh,Suhib Younis Bani Melhem,Roch H. Glitho
Issue Date:July 2012
RESTful Web services are now emerging as an alternative to SOAP-based Web services and might be a more suitable choice in some cases. A comparison of two Web programming interfaces &amp;#x2014; the standard Parlay-X multimedia SOAP-based Web servic...
A Peer to Peer Architecture for Enabling a Universal Presence Service
Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies, International Conference on
By Fatna Belqasmi, Chunyan Fu, Maryamalsadat Shashvelayati, Hechmi Khlifi, Roch Glitho
Issue Date:July 2010
Presence service is used to publish and discover end-users’ context information. It is the basis of a wide range of end-user services. It is deployed using a wide range of technologies, which hampers interoperability. This paper proposes a peer to peer inf...
A DNS protocol - based Service Discovery architecture for disaster response systems
2013 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)
By Mohammadmajid Hormati,Fatna Belqasmi,Roch Glitho,Ferhat Khendek
Issue Date:July 2013
Disaster response systems improve the situational awareness of responders and assist them by providing a wide range of services including communications, sensing/actuating and data collection and processing. The services are hosted on various types of devi...
Multiparty/multimedia conferencing in mobile Ad Hoc networks for improving communications between firefighters
2013 ACS International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA)
By Moayad Aloqaily,Fatna Belqasmi,Roch Glitho,Amin Hammad
Issue Date:May 2013
In current practice, the fire-fighters communication system is verbal, using a simplex radio frequency system (walkie-talkie). This system has a flat communication structure, which prevents any private communication among groups of firefighters. In additio...
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