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G. Wood - Laboratory Communications: 2 (Serial extension of IEC 6 2 5 - 1 ) - Office Communications: 6 4 (IEEE S02 and Ethernet) - Post and Telegraph Communications 5 (CCITT X 2 5 ) The 625-Serial and IEEE 802 groups are working on several standards with various optional choices in Layers 1 and 2. Some versions will meet all the criteria of Table 1 and others which meet only criteria 1, 2 and 3. Following a summary of present status among these standards, the paper discusses some areas which are not covered by the committees and some of the trade-off decisions which must be made.
5 . Logical process input/output (LPIO). First of all, as for logical input function, the physical image of each local process input is made-up at each local station. The logical process input image after processing by the local SBMS is transfered to each host station, to build-up an identical copy of the logical input image made-up in the local station. At the host station, the logical image from each local station is put together, to be built-up as a total system image. This logical input mechanism is shown in F i g .
As a liaison member of ISO, ECMA could request consideration of its documents. It is a l s o expected that ECMA will consider the token-passing methods at its future meetings. As an alternate route. Draft C will be distributed to members of American National Standards Subcommittee X3S3. This subcommittee, as the body responsible for U . S . S. contribution. Whichever approach is u s e d , it c a n b e e x p e c t e d that the proposal eventually will be approved as an ISO Standard. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The author would like to acknowledge the assistance of Gerry Clancy, Bob Donnan, Rich Fabbri, Tom Phinney, and Gary Robinson in r e v i e w i n g a n e a r l i e r version of this paper.