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The User Terminal Registration Method in Proximity Using the Virtual ISIM for Providing Service Continuity
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The User Terminal Registration Method in Proximity Using the Virtual ISIM for Providing Service Continuity
Yim, Jong-Choul; Kim, Sang-Ha; Keum, Chang-Sup;
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 Abstract
The NGN should support an ubiquitous environment in which users can use multiple devices. Especially, services should be provided to users in a seamless manner across multiple devices which are dynamically found in users' vicinity. Therefore, supporting service continuity is essential in the NGN. Currently the IMS, which is a session control layer for the NGN, deals with session control procedures in detail for service continuity. However, the IMS provides limited methods how users can find target terminals for transferring the session. The target terminals tend to be located near in user's physical location, and could be shared among different users. For providing better service experience in the NGN, The NGN needs to encompass methods to enable for users to use the dynamically-found terminals in users' vicinity seamlessly. In this paper, we introduce a novel registration method based on virtual ISIM by which the target terminals in user's vicinity can register themselves to the IMS, and also we discuss how service continuity is supported.
 Keywords
NGN;IMS;ISIM;Registration;Service Continuity;
 Language
Korean
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