COMPONENTS OF A CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT MEMO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.

David H. Crocker, Edward S. Szurkowski, David Farber

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Abstract

The advent of packet-switched networks led to increased use of computers for sending messages between people. However, attachment to such networks is expensive and often restricted by organizational policies. In addition, availability of several networks creates the need for forwarding memos between them. The work described is designed to free users from dependence upon any particular communication environment and provide a memo distribution facility which can employ whatever channels are available. This will support variable-network structures, simulation of network attachment, and inter-network mail forwarding.

Original languageEnglish
Pages50-55
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1979 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes
EventProc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf - Newark, DE, USA
Duration: 1979 Mar 201979 Mar 20

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ConferenceProc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf
CityNewark, DE, USA
Period79/3/2079/3/20

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Crocker, D. H., Szurkowski, E. S., & Farber, D. (1979). COMPONENTS OF A CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT MEMO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.. 50-55. Paper presented at Proc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf, Newark, DE, USA, .

COMPONENTS OF A CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT MEMO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM. / Crocker, David H.; Szurkowski, Edward S.; Farber, David.

1979. 50-55 Paper presented at Proc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf, Newark, DE, USA, .

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Crocker, DH, Szurkowski, ES & Farber, D 1979, 'COMPONENTS OF A CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT MEMO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.', Paper presented at Proc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf, Newark, DE, USA, 79/3/20 - 79/3/20 pp. 50-55.
Crocker DH, Szurkowski ES, Farber D. COMPONENTS OF A CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT MEMO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.. 1979. Paper presented at Proc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf, Newark, DE, USA, .
Crocker, David H. ; Szurkowski, Edward S. ; Farber, David. / COMPONENTS OF A CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT MEMO TRANSMISSION SYSTEM. Paper presented at Proc of Micro-Delcon, the Del Bay Microcomput Conf, Newark, DE, USA, .6 p.
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