Stockpoint logistics integrated communications environment (SPLICE) networking study
Schneidewind, Norman Floyd
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The Stockpoint Logistics Integrated Communications Environment (SPLICE) Network is to provide a networking capability for Navy stockpoints and inventory control points. One alternative for providing this capability is AUTODIN II. If it is to be utilized, an interface between SPLICE and AUTODIN II is necessary. This involves consideration of hardware, software and protocols, "his report provides an overview of the various AUTODIN II protocols which are necessary *or the SPLICEAUTODIN II connection alternatives and a recommended connection; and an evaluation of a Navy-designed AUTODIN II Interface and a proposal for a modified interface.
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NPS Report NumberNPS54-81-014
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