A study of message routing within a microcomputer network.
Howick, James F.
Brubaker, R.H. Jr.
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The use of microcomputers in a message-switching network is introduced through a discussion of store-and- forward routing techniques. Algorithms that utilize both deterministic and stochastic principles are explained and those parameters which determine the computing machinery necessary are identified. INTEL Corporations MSC-8 microcomputing system is presented as a possible candidate for use in message-switching networks and some applications of these networks are discussed. A modification of a routing algorithm is offered, which makes the microcomputer useable in message-switching networks.
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