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The Goal, Resource Sharing

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Book Id: WPLBN0000690234
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: The Goal, Resource Sharing  
Language: English
Subject: Human Resources Management, Business Strategy, Management
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Excerpt: The principal goal of all resource-sharing computer networks, including the now international ARPA Network (the ARPANET), is to usefully interconnect geographically distributed hardware, software, and human resources [1]. Achieving this goal requires the design and implementation of various levels of support software within each constituent computer, and the specification of network-wide protocols (that is, conventions regarding the format and the relative timing of network messages) governing their interaction. This paper outlines an alternative to the approach that ARPANET system builders have been taking since work in this area began in 1970, and suggests a strategy for modeling distributed systems within any large computer network.


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