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Works: 6 works in 7 publications in 1 language and 7 library holdings
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Most widely held works by CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGLES OFFICE OF ACADEMIC COMPUTING
Continued Development of Internet Protocols under the IBM OS/MVS Operating System( Book )

2 editions published between 1985 and 1986 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This document is the Final Technical Report under DARPA contract MDA903-85-C-0130, entitled Continued Development of Internet Protocols under the IBM OS/MVS Operating System. Under this contract, the contractor continued the development and distribution of network software for the DoD Internet protocols, to execute on an IBM 370 mainframe under the OS/MVS operating system. The central component of this network software is a subsystem called the ARPANET Control Program or ACP. This report covers the major areas of development of the ACP under this contract: revision of the Local Network Interface, the introduction of name resolver code, and the use of the C language within the ACP. Finally, it summarizes the most important features of the latest ACP distribution, Release 1.6, and lists areas for future ACP development. (Author)
Supporting the IBM File System in NSW (National Software Works)( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The primary goal of the NSW project at UCLA is to make the IBM Operating System OS/MVT, and specifically its implementation on the UCLA IBM 360/91, a 'tool-bearing host' within the NSW. This report is specifically concerned with the design and implementation of the NSW File Package component under OS/MVT. The next three sections of the report correspond to specific documents stored in the NSW documentation repository maintained by the NSW Operations Contractor, so each section has been made self-contained. For example, each section has its own table of contents and reference summary, and each section is independently paginated
Controlling NSW (National Software Works) Tools and Configurations Under OS/MVT( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This report covers technical development at University of California (UCLA) relating to the National Software Works (NSW) during 1979. It is primarily concerned with the design implementation and configuration of mechanisms required to execute tool programs at UCLA under NSW, i.e., a FOREMAN for interactive tools, and a BATCH JOB PACKAGE for batch tools. Keywords: National Software Works, Configuration management, FOREMAN, Encapsulator, Command interpreter, Batch job package
An IBM 360/370 Implementation of the Internet and TCP Protocols -- Design Specifications( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A family of internet host-to-host protocols has recently been defined to allow computer communications across interconnected packet networks with diverse properties. This interact protocol family is defined in two distinct levels. The lower level, Internetwork Protocol or IP, provides simple datagram service. Transmission Control Protocol or TCP is a higher-level internet protocol that ses IP for data transport. TCP provides connections, strong end-to-end control, flow control, and a form of out-of-band signalling. The IP/TCP combination is intended to be the successor to the original ARPANET Host-to-Host Protocol (AHHP). Under ARPA contract, UCLA has implemented Version 4 of the IP and TCP protocols for an IBM 360/370 host computer on the ARPANET. This implementation is integrated into the existing Network Control Program for AHHP, and was designed to be compatible at the system-call interface so that existing user-level protocol programs can be used interchangeably with AHHP and IP/TCP. The implementation is layered to match the protocols. This document gives a technical overview of the UCLA IP/TCP implementation. It describes the NCP software environment, the resolution of compatibility issues, and the design of both the IP and TCP layers
Converting NSW (National Software Works) from MVT (Multiprogramming with a Variable Number of Tasks) to MVS (Multiple Virtual Spaces)( Book )

1 edition published in 1981 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The primary goal of the National Software Works (NSW) project at UCLA is to make the IBM System/360 and System/370 family of computing systems tool -bearing hosts within the NSW. Previous phases of the project have made the UCLA implementation of the (now obsolete) operating system OS/MVT an NSW tool-bearing host. This phase of the project is to make the current IBM operating system, OS/MVS, a tool-bearing host. This report is primarily concerned with the conversion of existing software from the MVT environment to the MVS environment. The subsequent sections correspond to documents stored in the NSW documentation repository maintained by the NSW Operations Contractor, so each section has been made self-contained. For example, each section has its own reference summary and appendices
IBM Programming Support Packages for NSW (National Software Works)( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This report covers technical development at UCLA relating to the National Software Works (NSW) during 1977. It is combination of the two Semi-annual Technical Reports coverings the periods of January 1 through June 30 and July 1 through December 31 of 1977. The primary goal of the NSW project at UCLA is to make the IBM Operating System OS/MVT, and specifically its implementation on the UCLA IBM 360/91, a tool-bearing host within the NSW. This report is specifically concerned with the subroutine packages that we have developed to implement system interfaces and the various levels of the NSW Transaction Protocol (NSWTP) under OS/MVT. Not only do these packages ease design and programming, but they normalize the interface between a program on the UCLA machine that is acting as an NSW process and the remote components of NSW, and they localize future maintenance activities. Subsequent of the report document specific subroutine packages. Each section corresponds to a document stored in the NSW documentation repository maintained by the NSW Operations Contractor, so each section has been made self-contained. For example, each section has its own table of contents and reference summary, and each section is independently paginated
 
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