Carlo Alberto Licciardi

Carlo Alberto Licciardi
Telecom Italia · Innovation / Research and prototyping

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Education
October 1985 - October 1990
Politecnico di Torino
Field of study
  • Engineering

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Publications (28)
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The evolution of the traditional Web into a Semantic Web and the continuous increase in the amount of data published as Linked Data open up new opportunities for annotation and categorization systems to reuse these data as semantic knowledge bases. Accordingly, Linked Data has been used by information extraction systems to exploit the semantic know...
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Analysis of trending topics in social networks, based both on textual and multimedia content, can be used by content providers to measure the buzz around their channels, and even to create new material based on the current memes propagating across Twitter, Google+, Facebook etc. STAMAT is a framework designed to provide a set of tools for social me...
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Mobile devices are equipped with increasing processing power and sensing capabilities, and mobile services can benefit from these features to provide a more personalized and context-aware experience to final users. To efficiently collect and deliver context information, a proper architecture is required, where heterogeneous context information can...
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The core business of Mobile Network Operators (MNO) has moved from network management and phone services to service providing. In contrast to Information Communication Technology (ICT) service providers, MNOs handle large amounts of their customers’ context data and generated content, which can be used to bring value-added services to customers and...
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The Web is rapidly evolving form a human-to-machine to a human-to-human communication means. Unfortunately the current proliferation of Social Networking Web sites is generating fragmentation and lack of interoperability. In order to be in contact with friends users must be subscribed and upload their contents to the same online Social networking p...
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Nowadays Social Networking phenomenon is gaining a significant momentum. Social Network's users are disclosing a lot of information about their relationships, profiles, preferences and interests but also an increasing amount of multimedia contents. The Web is being populated by Social Networking Web sites which are introducing fragmentation and min...
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Users want to access user generated content and recommendations in a contextualized way while on the move. In this paper we illustrate the POI radar service and its architecture, a mobile mashup of integrated location, social network and users' recommendations to provide contextualized notifications of nearby points of interest voted by user's cont...
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This paper presents a novel approach to assist a group of users to access and control personalized context based services by means of natural interactions. The group creation and the service activation are both based on the use of RFID tags. Each user can join a group by placing her personal tag on an RFID reader. Once the group has been created ea...
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Information derived from wearable sensors, such as illness/fall alarms, can be enhanced with context information to provide advanced health care and assisted living applications. In this paper we describe an architecture that combines sensor and context data into a telecommunication service to detect emergency situations and generate alarm calls ac...
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Mobile handsets are rapidly evolving (OS, mp3, picture, videos, GPS receiver, sensors) thus enabling complex applications hosting and comprehensive context data collection. Fostered by W3C, MWI and OMA efforts, Mobile Web is increasingly looking at complementing Internet with specific mobile functionalities. These trends are indeed opening new busi...
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The expenditure telecom operators made to prepare themselves for the 3G (and beyond) environment are far from being re-earned and recent research has showed that mobile customers are not willing to spend more money on mobile communication. The telecom industry needs to search for new sources of revenue. Opportunities can be found in the area of con...
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This paper proposes a method by which service requirements can be structured. The method is then illustrated by considering the generic requirements of advanced services. Current IN initiatives, ETSI and TINA-C, are evaluated on the basis of supporting service requirements. In conclusion, important issues for the support of advanced services on the...
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This article describes the TILAB view about the fixed mobile convergence. Starting from the different perspectives of all the possible actors in the Telecommunication arena, we introduce all the possible level of convergence and present the TILAB experience about the Service Creation Layer. This is considered a key point to optimize the exploitatio...
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The paper describes how a telecom operator can leverage on Web services to provide integrated services which span over several technologies. In addition, it addresses how SIP protocol (session initiation protocol) can be used along with Web service technologies to enable a new set of integrated IT and Telco services. The paper highlights the benefi...
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Network Operators can see next Generation Networks (NGN) as new revenue stream, thanks to the potential they could have in increasing the service offering. Therefore it's important to understand how proposed technologies and solutions in NGN market can enable, flexible and easy service creation [4] . This paper presents the result of the investigat...
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Network Operators can see next Generation Networks (NGN) as new revenue stream, thanks to the potential they could have in increasing the service offering. Therefore it’s important to understand how proposed technologies and solutions in NGN market can enable, flexible and easy service creation 3. This paper presents the result of the investigation...
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Next Generation Networks [1] was the buzzword over the last years. Different people imagine different things when they think of NGN. How can this concept be defined? NGN is the application of Internet, IP and IT solutions to Telecom Services, including (but not only) the integration and sometimes the substitution of circuit switching with packet sw...
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this paper, we will present the objectives and results of the Eurescom Project Pl109 [1]. The overall goal is to support this view, in evaluating solutions for NGNs from a service-offering standpoint and understanding the wider effects of introducing NGNs in terms of the inter-operability and functionality of NGN prod- ucts
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The scenario for telecom services is undergoing a rapid change. A new set of communication services is emerging: due to the explosion of the Internet and to the dramatic increase of mobile phone markets, more and more customers are requiring new Internet-based communication services. The ability to merge the ubiquitous telephone service (terminal a...
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this paper, we will present the objectives and results of the Eurescom Project P1109 [1]. The overall goal is to support this view, in evaluating solutions for NGNs from a service-offering standpoint and understanding the wider effects of introducing NGNs in terms of the inter-operability and functionality of NGN products. Basically, the project ai...
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Next Generation Networks (NGN) is the application of Internet, IP and IT solutions to Telecom Services, including (but not only) the integration and sometimes the substitution of circuit switching with packet switching either for trunking or for access. In this paper, we will present the objectives and results of the Eurescom Project P1109 [1]. The...
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Next Generation Networks was the buzzword last year. Different people imagine different things when they think of NGN. How can this concept be defined? NGN is the application of Internet, IP and IT solutions to Telecom Services, including (but not only) the integration and sometimes the substitution of circuit switching with packet switching either...
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The explosion of the Internet and the dramatic growth of mobile phone markets are fostering an increasing demand for new class of integrated services (over fixed, mobile and internet networks). This paper describes an innovative service, the Virtual Presence, which highly exploits integration between IN and Internet, and proposes architectural solu...
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This paper presents a framework for efficiently sharing content among groups of mobile users. It shows how content can be accessed in a more convenient way by applying context-awareness. The multiparty distribution over multicast and broadcast access networks with respect to various context categories is investigated. In detail, user profile contex...
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Going towards a "ubiquitous" Web is a critical milestone for leading the Web to its full potential. Redefining the borders among Web, Telco services and businesses will be a logical consequence. Telecom Italia has been preparing to face these disruptive changes focusing on its assets and pursuing new service concepts, service enablers and platforms...

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Context-Awareness platform and enablers