Network management in an emergency communications system.
Delorey, Richard L. Jr.
LaPatra, Jack W.
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This thesis begins with a synopsis of contemporary knowledge concerning network management as it has been implemented in a modern communications network, and as it has been postulated by experts in the fields of systems engineering and systems management. It then provides a summary of known operational requirements for a generic emergency communications system, as well as speculation on potential requirements for future application. Finally, it combines the knowledge of network management with the known and projected operational requirements into a proposal for a network management system capable of supporting a generic emergency communications network.
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