Architectural guidelines for multimedia and hypermedia datainterchange : Computer Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support/Concurrent Engineering (CALS/CE) and Electronic Commerce/Electronic Data Interchange (EC/EDI).
Korzyk, Alexander D.
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This study proposes the best strategy to integrate information systems to effectively support several common Department of Defense initiatives, in line with Corporate Information Management and Total Quality Management principles. This research examines Computer-aided Acquisition and Logistics Support/Concurrent Engineering, Electronic Commerce/Electronic Data Interchange, Modernization of Defense Logistics Standard System, and the Defense Information System. The study proposes an interchange architecture on top of the OSI-compliant Defense Information System, which serves as a telecommunications infrastructure, for multimedia and hypermedia data interchange. This interchange architecture is necessary to successfully implement the functions and applications of DOD activities.
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