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BS ISO/IEC 9072-1:1989

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

A Withdrawn Standard is one, which is removed from sale, and its unique number can no longer be used. The Standard can be withdrawn and not replaced, or it can be withdrawn and replaced by a Standard with a different number.

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Information technology. Open systems interconnection. Remote operations Model, notation and service definition

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

15-11-1999

Language(s)

English

Published date

31-10-1990

Foreword
Introduction
1. Scope
2. Normative references
3. Definitions
4. Abbreviations
5. Conventions
6. Remote Operations Model
7. Overview of notation and service
8. Relationship with other ASEs and lower layer
     services
9. Remote Operations notation
10. Service definition
11. Mapping of notation on service
12. Sequencing information
Annexes
A. Notation supporting the specification of Application-
     service-elements and application contexts
B. Guidelines for application protocol designers on
     the use of ROSE

Notation and the services provided by an application-service-element: the Remote Operations Service Element (ROSE), to support interactive applications in a distributed open systems environment.

Committee
ICT/1
DevelopmentNote
Replaces by BS ISO/IEC 13712/2 but will not be withdrawn because of references to it from other existing standards.
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
38
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Withdrawn
SupersededBy

Standards Relationship
ISO/IEC 9072-1:1989 Identical

BS EN 60870-6-502:1996 Telecontrol equipment and systems. Telecontrol protocols compatible with ISO standards and ITU-T recommendations TASE.1 Protocol definitions

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