callee


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callee

(kɔːlˈiː)
n
a routine that is called by another routine
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For example, in an audio session, the callee receives an SDP session description with relay path information as follows,
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Call SBB: this SBB handles the sip signaling needed to initiate a voice call by sending an invite message to a predefined callee and establishing a session between both end points.
Since the caller and the callee could be distributed across different modules, these calls are remote procedure calls (RPC).
I am forever grateful to Callee Soltys for introducing me to this book.
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Second, all Integration tests need to be added to the test suite, where the component class is a caller, and all its callee.
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The new team of investigators is being led by Superintendent Yaswant Callee from of Central CID.
5(1)(b)(1)(i), this may include multiple telephone numbers per callee if call forwarding is used.
If you really want to experience HD voice, every device and every network between the caller and callee need to support it .
Both Party Pays (BPP), in which the cost of the call is shared between the caller and the callee.