A logical design of a session service control layer of a distributed network architecture for SPLICE.
Frew, Barry A.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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This thesis provides a logical design view of the session services control layer of a distributed network to be used in the SPLICE (Stock Point Logistics Integrated Communication Environment) project. It examines the functional requirements of session services, the data necessary to provide that functionality, and the interfaces required. These areas typically focus on the SPLICE application specifically, but apply to a generic session services as well. The recommendations that are offered relate specifically to the SPLICE application and address the prospect of placing a fault tolerant capability in session services for SPLICE. Other recommendations are appropriate only to the SPLICE environment.
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