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SNA flow control: Architecture and implementation

F. D. George, G. E. Young
1982 IBM Systems Journal  
SNA flow control: Architecture and implementation | by F. D. George and G. E.  ...  This paper describes the flow control protocols in SNA and the implementation of these protocols in the Network Control Program (ACF/NCP/VS Release 3).  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.212.0179 fatcat:4uhtmtcmgrb5fcmig6a4oycywa

Windows in the sky—Flow control in SNA networks with satellite links

G. A. Grover, K. Bharath-Kumar
1983 IBM Systems Journal  
Young, “SNA flow control: Architec- ture and implementation,” JBM Systems Journal 21, No. 2, 179-210 (1982). . W. Bux and K.  ...  This aspect is followed by a very brief description of two levels of message flow control in SNA networks—the link level control and virtual route level controland the way in which windowing procedures  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.224.0451 fatcat:nqgxir5xgzd53ptfd33q3r6sue

Flow Control: A Comparative Survey

M. Gerla, L. Kleinrock
1980 IRE Transactions on Communications Systems  
Congestion can be eliminated by using an appropriate set of traffic monitoring and control procedures called flow control procedures.  ...  Flow control can he exercised at various levels in a packet network.  ...  SNA Virtual Route Pacing Scheme Th@BM systems network architecture (SNA) is an architecture aimed at providing distributed communications and distributed processing capabilities between IBM systems [ 151  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcom.1980.1094691 fatcat:q767w5hi7ncwzdvkluluvkstdy

Single Neural Adaptive PID Control for Small UAV Micro-Turbojet Engine

Wei Tang, Lijian Wang, Jiawei Gu, Yunfeng Gu
2020 Sensors  
The simple structure of the controller reduces the computational load and facilitates the algorithm implementation on low-cost hardware.  ...  To tackle such challenges, a single neural adaptive PID (SNA-PID) controller is proposed herein for rotor speed control.  ...  On the other hand, the simple implementation of the SNA-PID controller allows us to implement the algorithm on low-cost hardware like the STM32 microcontroller.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20020345 pmid:31936223 pmcid:PMC7014280 fatcat:imthxkuyjjfkfk674qws2doq5u

Centralized Server Controlled Secure Packet Transmission in Military Network

D. Monica Lakshmi
2017 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
The development of a novel wide-area centralized damping controller to improve the time consuming in presence of time-varying delay and packet dropout in the communication network.  ...  Malicious users and hackers will steal the data easily, the user may never know the data being transmitted in a secure way. Hence a Centralized Controlled Secure Packet Transmission is introduced.  ...  INTRODUCTION Social groups and their relationships have long been identified using Social network analysis (SNA).  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2017.3173 fatcat:ri4qj2h6uzf7tblvrpyqmfedb4

Availability metrics: under controlled environments for web services

Sandesh Tripathi, Abbas, Rizwan Beg
2011 International Journal on Web Service Computing  
Web Services technology has the potential to cater an enterprise's needs, providing the ability to integrate different systems and application types regardless of their platform, operating system, programming  ...  This paper does an investigation on web services availability, for architectures which involve some controller mechanism before final delivery of service.  ...  These rates can be written in terms of the MTTF and MTTR as And (2) Using the flow-in-flow-out principle, we can write that, Where and are the probability that the system is up and down, respectively  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwsc.2011.2301 fatcat:7cm5fb6i7rexjhvw3huhdgswra

Using Combinational Circuits for Control Purposes

Maher A. Nabulsi, Mohammed A.F. Al-Husainy
2009 Journal of Computer Science  
Results: When we connected some types of combinational circuits to the inputs/outputs of digital circuit, these combinational circuits can help us to manage and flow a different types of control signals  ...  This study presented a design and implementation of some combinational circuits such as a decoder, an encoder, a multiplexer, a bus system and read/write memory operations.  ...  Fig. 1 : 1 Two multiplexers with one common selection line to control a 2 bit register Fig. 3 : 3 Two decoders for read and write operations on memory Fig. 4 : 4 The implementation of control and execution  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2009.507.510 fatcat:foxzkl3rgjccla6moqcw4glbfq

Smart monitoring and controlling of Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) using Social Network Analysis and cloud computing

Rajinder Sandhu, Harsuminder K. Gill, Sandeep K. Sood
2016 Journal of Computational Science  
In this paper, an effective cloud computing architecture is proposed which predicts H1N1 infected patients and provides preventions to control infection rate.  ...  Social Network Analysis (SNA) is used to present the state of the outbreak. The proposed architecture is tested on synthetic data generated for two million users.  ...  Next section proposes architecture for effectively controlling this deadly epidemic by seamless integration of data mining, cloud computing and social network analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jocs.2015.11.001 pmid:32362959 pmcid:PMC7185782 fatcat:lus6f2ysezfdbec2hmv35sfrbu

Books

Walter Wilson, Gloria J. Hasslacher, William A. Bernstein
1988 IBM Systems Journal  
Routing and Data Flow: A close look is taken at the SNA network to see how data are routed through the system and how data flow is controlled.  ...  Here control block formats, control header bit-level descriptions, and flow sequences are used to describe the layers and services within SNA.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.271.0081 fatcat:qva32iel3recfecrxjmid6tnfm

Subject Index 1975-1984

1984 IBM Systems Journal  
system Parker, 21, 1, 108 SNA flow control: Architecture and implementation George, 21, 2, 179 The Document Interchange Architecture: A member of a family of architectures in the SNA environment Schick  ...  flow control: Architecture and implementation George, 21, 2, 179 The Document Interchange Architecture: A member of a family of architectures in the SNA environment Schick, 21, 2, 220 A perspective on  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.234.0397 fatcat:42pae6nybnbijir7g3yiptdz7e

Managing changes in SNA networks

C. P. Ballard, L. Farfara, B. J. Heldke
1989 IBM Systems Journal  
case of change management, the architecture was required to support the wide variety of products participating in an SNA network and to be open so that users and other vendors could implement it if desired  ...  The first implementing products are NetView Dis- tribution Manager R2 and the 1BM 3174 Control Unit with the Central Site Change Management micro- code function.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.282.0260 fatcat:n7mfmpjujnh4bk4nmcskdx3e6y

Wearable IoT sensor based healthcare system for identifying and controlling chikungunya virus

Sandeep K. Sood, Isha Mahajan
2017 Computers in industry (Print)  
In this paper, IoT and fog based healthcare system is proposed to identify and control the outbreak of CHV.  ...  Also old approaches are very slow in identifying and controlling the spread of CHV outbreak.  ...  Sewer quality and water flow rate are also sensed by various sensors embedded at different places of home and surrounding areas.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2017.05.006 pmid:32287550 pmcid:PMC7114341 fatcat:ld7yga35gvdcfgtvz6f4e6vbj4

Visual Foresight: Model-Based Deep Reinforcement Learning for Vision-Based Robotic Control [article]

Frederik Ebert, Chelsea Finn, Sudeep Dasari, Annie Xie, Alex Lee, Sergey Levine
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We present a deep RL method that is practical for real-world robotics tasks, such as robotic manipulation, and generalizes effectively to never-before-seen tasks and objects.  ...  We demonstrate that visual MPC can generalize to never-before-seen objects---both rigid and deformable---and solve a range of user-defined object manipulation tasks using the same model.  ...  The SNA variant that we use incorporate the architectural improvements proposed by [49] . Each convolutional layer is followed by instance normalization [50] and ReLU activations.  ... 
arXiv:1812.00568v1 fatcat:iitxl2ew3ngvhiaci7istdxhbu

Advanced program-to-program communication in SNA

J. P. Gray, P. J. Hansen, P. Homan, M. A. Lerner, M. Pozefsky
1983 IBM Systems Journal  
Acknowledgments Many persons have contributed to the architecture and implementation of SNA.  ...  Pozefsky has worked on Systems Network Architecture (SNA), first on the SNA 4.2 path control enhancements (explicit and virtual routing) and then on the definition of LU 6.2.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.224.0298 fatcat:lsulpn7uwjg6vloufx4h24jrbu

SNA: Current requirements and direction

R. J. Sundstrom, J. B. Staton, G. D. Schultz, M. L. Hess, G. A. Deaton, L. J. Cole, R. M. Amy
1987 IBM Systems Journal  
Whereas the trans- port network provides global flow control so that links and intermediate nodes in the network are not overloaded, the LU provides end-to-end flow control so that, for example, an application  ...  The implementation status of DIA is similar to that of SNADS, but also includes IBM PC, Displaywriter, and Scanmaster implementations. Document Content Architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.261.0013 fatcat:uicf37fgk5hcfljtjfrz7kvwjy
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