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PDF-Datei  IMS Social Network Application with J2ME compatible Push-To-Talk Service

Conference Paper

Author:Christian Menkens, Nils Kjellin, Anders Davoust
Conference:International Conference and Exhibition on NEXT GENERATION MOBILE APPLICATIONS, SERVICES and TECHNOLOGIES (NGMAST) 2007
Year:2007
Abstract:People in any type of community use different kinds of systems, social network services and technologies to interact, communicate, inform themselves and others about news, events etc. within their community. So far it was necessary to use different systems and technologies like bulletin boards, cell phones, pagers, instant messaging, E-Mail, social network services etc. to do that. This paper describes an IMS social network application that can be used to do all these tasks using IMS enabled cell phones. A typical ”community” for the application would be a college campus, metropolitan business or downtown area or large scale events with multiple locations such as the Olympic Games or World Cups. Typical users would be students, professors, businessmen, travelers, spectators etc. The main interface of the application is an interactive map of the community/ area that enables users to interacting with their whole community.
 
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