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A Web-based Open API Framework for RCS-e Session Establishment
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 Title & Authors
A Web-based Open API Framework for RCS-e Session Establishment
Lee, Dongcheul;
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 Abstract
In order to vitalize the Rich Communication Service-e(RCS-e) service, RCS-e users need various ways to use RCS including RCS-e apps. A RCS standards organization has suggested Application Program Interface(API). Since it only dealt with functional requirements, it was not enough to implement the API. This paper suggests an open API framework that can utilize RCS-e through a web interface. By using the framework, web developers can implement various RCS-e-enabled web applications. A system architecture is defined for the framework. Call flows for establishing a RCS-e session between the framework and other nodes are defined. Also, rules and examples for translating protocols between them are provided. Finally, performance evaluation proves that the proposed framework does not add loads to the existing network infrastructure.
 Keywords
RCS-e;open API;Software framework;
 Language
Korean
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