Supply point logistics integrated communications environment (SPLICE) local area computer network design issues for communications
Inman, Kenneth A., Jr.
Marthouse, Robert C., Jr.
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This thesis examines the topology and transmission mediums for a local computer network to support interconnection of heterogenous computing devices within the Supply Point Logistics Communications Environment (SPICE). A topology and appropriate network protocols for management of the intranetwork communications are recommended. Additionally, a protocol to ensure proper delivery of messages which must pass outside the local network to reach another SPICE configuration via an interconnecting network is discussed.
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