SNA: architecture, protocols, and implementation

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McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Computers - 512 pages
A complete introduction to understanding and implementing SNA. This is a concise explanation of how to plan, design, and implement all aspects of SNA. The book avoids theoretical material in favor of pointing out how to use SNA to solve real-world problems. Covers all recent SNA developments and focuses on emerging requirements for the 90s.

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Contents

IBM and the Evolution of Teleprocessing
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SNA Logical Structure
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Physical Control and Synchronous Data Unk Control SDLC
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