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4.2  Architectural Reference Model
4.3  Reference pointsWord‑p. 16
4.4  Network Elements
4.5  High Level FunctionWord‑p. 26
4.5.1  Device Triggering Function
4.5.2  PS-only Service Provision
4.5.3  Core Network assisted RAN parameters tuning |R12|
4.5.4  UE Power Saving Mode |R12|
4.5.5  Group Message Delivery |R13|Word‑p. 28
4.5.6  Monitoring Events |R13|
4.5.7  High latency communication |R13|Word‑p. 30
4.5.8  Support of informing about potential network issues |R13|Word‑p. 31
4.5.9  Resource management of background data transfer |R13|
4.5.10  E-UTRAN network resource optimizations based on communication patterns provided to the MME |R13|
4.5.11  Support of setting up an AS session with required QoS |R13|Word‑p. 32
4.5.12  Change the chargeable party at session set-up or during the session |R13|
4.5.13  Extended idle mode DRX |R13|
4.5.14  Non-IP Data Delivery (NIDD) |R13|
4.5.15  Support of PFD management via SCEF |R14|Word‑p. 37
4.5.16  MSISDN-less MO-SMS via T4 |R14|
4.5.17  Enhanced Coverage Restriction Control via SCEF |R14|
4.5.18  MBMS user service for UEs using power saving functions |R14|
4.5.19  Enhancements to Location Services for CIoT |R14|Word‑p. 39
4.5.20  MBMS user service for NB or M UE categories |R14|
4.5.21  Network Parameter Configuration via SCEF |R15|Word‑p. 40
4.5.22  RACS information provisioning |R16|
4.6  Identifiers
4.7  Addressing
4.8  Security Aspects
4.9  SCEF - SCS/AS API Procedures |R15|Word‑p. 42
4.10  Charging Principles |R15|
5  Functional Description and Information FlowWord‑p. 43
5.1  Control and user plane
5.2  Device triggering proceduresWord‑p. 44
5.3  Information StorageWord‑p. 50
5.4  Security ProceduresWord‑p. 51
5.5  Group message delivery procedures |R13|Word‑p. 52
5.6  Monitoring Procedures |R13|Word‑p. 57
5.6.0  Common Parameters |R15|
5.6.1  Monitoring Event configuration and deletion via HSSWord‑p. 58
5.6.2  Monitoring Events configuration and deletion directly at the MME/SGSNWord‑p. 68
5.6.3  Reporting of Monitoring Events from the HSS or the MME/SGSNWord‑p. 70
5.6.4  Monitoring events configuration and reporting via PCRFWord‑p. 74
5.6.5  Reporting of Monitoring Events from the PCRFWord‑p. 78
5.6.6  Monitoring Event configuration and deletion via HSS for roaming scenarios using an IWK-SCEF
5.6.7  Monitoring Events configuration and deletion directly at the MME/SGSN for roaming scenarios
5.6.8  Reporting of Monitoring Events from the HSS or the MME/SGSN for roaming scenarios
5.6.9  Network-initiated Explicit Monitoring Event Deletion Procedure |R15|
5.7  High latency communications procedures |R13|Word‑p. 86
5.8  Procedure for Informing about Potential Network Issues |R13|
5.9  Procedure for resource management of background data transfer |R13|Word‑p. 92
5.10  Communication Pattern parameters provisioning procedure |R13|Word‑p. 94
5.11  Setting up an AS session with required QoS procedure |R13|Word‑p. 96
5.12  Change the chargeable party at session set-up or during the session procedure |R13|Word‑p. 98
5.13  Non-IP Data Delivery procedures |R13|Word‑p. 100
5.14  PFD management via SCEF |R14|Word‑p. 111
5.15  Procedure for MSISDN-less MO-SMS via T4 |R14|Word‑p. 113
5.16  Procedure for Enhanced Coverage Restriction Control via SCEF |R14|Word‑p. 114
5.17  Procedures for accessing MTC-IWF Functionality via SCEF |R15|Word‑p. 115
5.18  Procedure for Network Parameter Configuration via SCEF |R15|Word‑p. 118
5.19  RACS information provisioning procedures |R16|Word‑p. 121
A  MTC Deployment ScenariosWord‑p. 123
BVoid
C  Triggering with OMA PushWord‑p. 126
D  Device triggering using direct model over user planeWord‑p. 128
$  Change historyWord‑p. 129

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