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|Title:||AAEC computer network access to ACL-NOVA facilities|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission|
|Citation:||Sanger, P. L. (1982). AAEC computer network access to ACL-NOVA facilities (AAEC/E533). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.|
|Abstract:||A number of terminals supported by the NOVA computer-based DATERCOM systems are given access to ACL-NOVA, the IBM3031 central computer and other resources of the AAEC computer network at Lucas Heights. Some of the other Dataway computers provide their own terminals with the same ACL and non-ACL mode support by communicating with DATERCOM, using a restricted set of Dataway sequences to communicate with DATERCOM for ACL mode support. The extension to DATERCOM provides an even better use of Dataway resources by giving ACL mode support to terminals of Dataway computers that only provide non-ACL mode access to the resources of the computer network.|
|Gov't Doc #:||696|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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