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Fielding, J. E.; And Others – 1977
The State Criminal Justice Telecommunications (STACOM) project has developed techniques for the identification and analysis of user requirements and designs for networks for the dissemination of criminal justice information on a state-wide basis. Techniques developed for user requirements analysis include methods for determining data required,…
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Criminal Law, Data Analysis, Data Collection
Evans Associates, Thiensville, WI. – 1996
This document provides a detailed design for the data portion of the Mississippi Library Commission (MLC) public library network. The data network is based on Frame Relay technology, and would provide more functionality at a higher speed than a previously considered dial-in network could. The document is divided into 16 sections: (1) Introduction;…
Descriptors: Computer Networks, Computer System Design, Cost Estimates, Design Requirements
Theis, Douglas J. – 1980
An examination of the capabilities of minicomputers and midicomputers now on the market reveals two basic items which users should evaluate when selecting computers for their own applications: distributed networking systems and multiprocessing architectures. Variables which should be considered in evaluating a distributed networking system…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Computers, Equipment Standards, Minicomputers
Arns, Robert G.; Urban, Patricia A. – 1983
Issues and strategies for developing a campus data communications system are discussed. It is suggested that individual microcomputer (MC) workstations will occasionally have a need for (1) access, via a data communications network, to a more powerful processor; (2) specialized software; (3) sophisticated output devices; (4) central data sets; or…
Descriptors: College Administration, Computer Oriented Programs, Computers, Data Processing
Avgoulea, Maria; Bouras, Christos; Paraskevas, Michael; Stathakopoulos, George – 2002
An increasing number of nations connect their schools on the Internet as an acknowledgment to its extreme importance in the education area. This study points to the perils that arise from its use when the users are minors, evaluates the technologies that are currently available to address filtering issues, and outlines a proposed solution for the…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Child Safety, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Policy
FOLEY, JACK L. – 1967
THIS BOOKLET, ONE OF A SERIES, HAS BEEN DEVELOPED FOR THE PROJECT, A PROGRAM FOR MATHEMATICALLY UNDERDEVELOPED PUPILS. A PROJECT TEAM, INCLUDING INSERVICE TEACHERS, IS BEING USED TO WRITE AND DEVELOP THE MATERIALS FOR THIS PROGRAM. THE MATERIALS DEVELOPED IN THIS BOOKLET INCLUDE SUCH CONCEPTS AS (1) SIMPLE CLOSED CURVES, (2) NETWORKS, (3) MAP…
Descriptors: Arithmetic, Elementary School Mathematics, Extracurricular Activities, Instructional Materials
Piele, Philip K. – 1985
Local area networks (LAN) are privately owned communication systems that connect multivendor devices at high speed. As microcomputers become more common in schools, user interest in sharing information, software, and peripherals will increase. A basic understanding of the operation of all LAN's can be gained by knowing four elements: media,…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Software, Definitions
Rohr, Theodore; Devoti, Bart – 1985
An overview is provided of the methods used by the Forest Park campus of St. Louis Community College (SLCC) to plan and develop a local area network (LAN) for administrative microcomputers. The first three sections provide brief descriptions of the SLCC District, SLCC, and the Forest Park campus. Section IV looks at the organization of…
Descriptors: College Administration, Community Colleges, Computer Oriented Programs, Data Processing
Howden, Norman – 1997
This manual offers guidance for librarians on every aspect of local area networking from start-up through maintenance and trouble shooting. This second edition has been revised to include information on: definition and explication of TCP/IP; Novell 4.0; Internet connection gear; equipment capable of handling Web access; Windows NT and Windows for…
Descriptors: Computer Networks, Guidelines, Information Management, Internet
Mao, Leii – 1990
This instructional guide, one of a series developed by the Technical Education Advancement Modules (TEAM) project, is a 16-hour introduction to plant floor operations. The guide is designed to develop the following competencies: (1) understanding the characteristics and components of personal computer (PC) networks; (2) computer networking…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Programs, Computer Networks, Computer Oriented Programs
Thornton, Roberta – 1990
This paper reviews the incompatibilities among federal government electronic records and explores the potential use of electronic file transfer in the National Archives. It begins by explaining the procedures of the current Center for Electronic Records (NNX) for dealing with accessioning, preservation, and reference tapes. The advantages and…
Descriptors: Electronic Equipment, Feasibility Studies, Federal Government, Information Dissemination
Keegan, Desmond – 1994
One answer to the magnitude of the world education crisis is the provision of very large education systems, capable of enrolling 100,000 students or more. The largest distance system is the Dianda or Chinese Radio and Television University (CRTVU) system. Dianda is best described as a network of one central open university that does not enroll…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, Cost Effectiveness, Distance Education
Meghabghab, Dania Bilal – 1997
Although the general automation process can be applied to most libraries, small libraries and media centers require a customized approach. Using a systematic approach, this guide covers each step and aspect of automation in a small library setting, and combines the principles of automation with field- tested activities. After discussing needs…
Descriptors: Computer Networks, Computer System Design, Elementary Secondary Education, Learning Resources Centers
Leazer, Gregory H.; Furner, Jonathan – Proceedings of the ASIS Annual Meeting, 1999
Reports on a continuing investigation of intertextual networks. Describes how intertextual networks can be modeled as directed graphs and extends this to matrix representations. Discusses topological index values of these networks and speculates how topological index values might be used in the estimation of retrieval values in information…
Descriptors: Electronic Text, Graphs, Indexes, Information Networks
Richards, William D., Jr. – 1975
Network Analysis is an observational system focusing on the relationships of individuals within a system--their subgroups, their leaders, and the frequency of their communications. The strength of relationships can be measured by examining the incidence and duration of intercommunications. Using data accumulated by questioning each member of the…
Descriptors: Algorithms, Communication (Thought Transfer), Computer Programs, Information Theory
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