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Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites

R. D. Acker, P. H. Seaman
1982 IBM Systems Journal  
Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites by R. D. Acker and P. H. Seaman The subject of distributed data processing is one of intense current interest.'  ...  Description of CICS/VS support for muitipie sites Using this model of a single CICS site as a starting point, we expanded it to include multiple interacting CICS sites.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.214.0471 fatcat:gorjijzwgzdy5mulcaleen54pi

Contents of Volume 21, 1982

1982 IBM Systems Journal  
Dean Analytic queuing model for CICS capacity planning M. Deitch Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites R. D. Acker and P. H. Seaman IMS/VS: An evolving system J. P.  ...  Wade Office-by-Example: A business language that unifies data and word processing and electronic mail M. M. Zloof The EPISTLE text-critiquing system G. E. Heidorn, K. Jensen, L. A. Miller, R. J.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.214.0521 fatcat:rjjiqwc2yjdwlgxpke3xw2bgwy

Subject Index 1975-1984

1984 IBM Systems Journal  
, 21, 2, 162 Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites Acker, 21, 4, 471 NIL: A high-level language for distributed systems programming Parr, 22, 1/2, 111 Directions in cooperative  ...  for CICS capacity planning Deitch, 21, 4, 454 Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites Acker, 21, 4, 471 SUBJECT INDEX 1975-1984 399 IMS/VS: An evolving system Strickland, 21, 4,  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.234.0397 fatcat:42pae6nybnbijir7g3yiptdz7e

Reprints

1982 IBM Systems Journal  
Dean G321-5175 Analytic queuing model for CICS capacity planning M. Deitch G321-5176 Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites R. D. Acker and P. H.  ...  Schiller G321-5115 Modeling considerations for predicting performance of CICS/VS systems P. H. Seaman G321-5116 The role of detailed simulation in capacity p!anning H. C. Nguyen, A. Ockene, R.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.214.0522 fatcat:ebmt4guskngv7lnzsegrcvfrem

Cooperative interference cancellation using device-to-device communications

Ralph Tanbourgi, Holger Jakel, Friedrich Jondral
2014 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Figure 5 : 5 Average throughput gain of CIC vs. D2D-user separation for α = 4. D2D-user transmit powers are 0 dBm (left) and 5 dBm (right).  ...  Figure 5 shows the average throughput gain of CIC vs. the D2D-user separation for different fixed user transmit powers (0 dBm left, 5 dBm right).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2014.6829953 fatcat:johyprjnvzcmvb3qijfmi5f3ei

A distributed information system study

K. Ziegler
1979 IBM Systems Journal  
Presents a multiple copy (distributed) data base system’s approach to synchronizing data that includes three models (updates handled decentralized, updates handled at a single site, and a reservation approach  ...  CICS/VS Version 1, Release 4, Systems/Application Design Guide , SC33-0068; available through the local IBM branch office. W. T.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.183.0374 fatcat:4u3ugmqydbdmvngwkeod5jsvsu

Page 471 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 21, Issue 4 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites by R. D. Acker and P. H. Seaman The subject of distributed data processing is one of intense current interest.'  ...  In the implementation in this paper, a computer-based model for sites using CICS/VS is discussed.  ... 

An information technology architecture for change

M. W. Mudie, D. J. Schafer
1985 IBM Systems Journal  
It describes a matrix of processing environments consisting of three processing types: production, decision support, and office; three processing locations: centralized, departmental, and workstation;  ...  This paper defines a technology architecture for information processing in large corporations.  ...  CICS/VS System/36 ICF.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.243.0307 fatcat:b5wopizhvrarjhsgl6e2tthdbu

A programming process architecture

R. A. Radice, N. K. Roth, A. C. O'Hara, W. A. Ciarfella
1985 IBM Systems Journal  
Achieve approval across the eight sites for a com- mon process model for process evolution .  ...  Virtual Storage (Mvs), Virtual Machine/System Product (vM/sp), Customer Infor- mation Control System/Virtual Storage (CIcs/vs), and Virtual Telecommunications Access Method (VTAM).  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.242.0079 fatcat:rxgkriapyrbp5ajhnvfpjhaq5a

The Cross System Product application generator: An evolution

W. K. Haynes, M. E. Dewell, P. J. Herman
1988 IBM Systems Journal  
/vs), then for Multiple Virtual Storage/Time Sharing Option (Mvs/Tso) and Virtual Ma- chine/System Product Conversational Monitor Sys- tem (vM/SP CMs) in 1982.  ...  In 1978, Data Management System/Distributed Processing Programming Executive (DMS/DPPx), the forerunner of Cross System Product, was developed to fit a niche that had not yet been addressed by any other  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.273.0384 fatcat:ofr4keocp5dc7ng67xawlppsnq

Page 399 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 23, Issue 4 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
for CICS capacity planning Deitch, 21, 4, 454 Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/VS sites Acker, 21, 4, 471 SUBJECT INDEX 1975-1984 399  ...  and access in relational data bases Blasgen, 16, 4, 363 Design of the 8100 DTMS Waters, 18, 4, 565 Predicting performance of CICS/VS systems Seaman, 19, 1, 68 Data base security Wood, 19, 2, 229 System  ... 

Page 211 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 24, Issue 3-4 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
Seaman, “Modeling distributed proc- essing across multiple CICS/VS sites,” [BM Systems Journal 21, No. 4, 471-489 (1982). . G. §S.  ...  Seaman, “Modeling considerations for predicting per- formance of CICS/VS systems,” JBM Systems Journal 19, No. !, 68-80 (1980). . R. D. Acker and P. H.  ... 

Author Index 1975-1984

1984 IBM Systems Journal  
Seaman, Modeling distributed processing across multiple CICS/V% sites, 21, 4, 471 (1982); G321-5177.  ...  H., Modeling considerations for predicting performance of CICS/VS systems, 19, 1, 68 (1980); G321-5116. SEAMAN, P. H., see Acker, R. D., 21, 4, 471 (1982). SEAWRIGHT, L. H., and R. A.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.234.0388 fatcat:lrkqxynb7ngcdcu4c2vmr2hlmq

Examining the Influence of Cultural Immersion on Willingness to Try Fruits and Vegetables among Children in Guam: The Traditions Pilot Study

Tanisha F. Aflague, Rachael T. Leon Guerrero, Treena Delormier, Rachel Novotny, Lynne R. Wilkens, Carol J. Boushey
2019 Nutrients  
Using multivariate regression, WillTry post-assessment outcomes were modeled adjusting for pre-assessment, child characteristics, exposure, and parent cultural affiliation.  ...  Post Means 1 p-Value for Pairwise Comparisons 3 CIC (n = 47) UDC (n = 21) RSC (n = 32) Global p-value 2 CIC vs. UDC CIC vs. RSC USC vs.  ...  For whole FV intake, a similar multiple linear regression model of the post-FV intake/day was used to examine differences between UDC and CIC.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nu12010018 pmid:31861756 pmcid:PMC7019652 fatcat:yl4uhv744bgrtldls74nnfiixi

Overlooked Species Diversity and Distribution in the Antarctic Mite Genus Stereotydeus

Claudia Brunetti, Henk Siepel, Peter Convey, Pietro Paolo Fanciulli, Francesco Nardi, Antonio Carapelli
2021 Diversity  
We provide a new distribution map for the Stereotydeus species of Victoria Land, which will assist future decisions in matters of the protection and conservation of the unique Antarctic terrestrial fauna  ...  CIC+INE) and for S. ineffabilis (CIC vs. INE vs. SNU+PRI).  ...  This selection can occur under different geographic conditions [83] , so it cannot be excluded that this process may also have contributed to the current patterns of variability and distribution of Stereotydeus  ... 
doi:10.3390/d13100506 fatcat:wzm7ydcpbnbxfin4b3nfuccps4
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