DD 102:1986 - Open Systems Interconnection: connection-oriented presentation protocol specification (ISO/DIS 8823)

DD 102:1986

Open Systems Interconnection: connection-oriented presentation protocol specification (ISO/DIS 8823)

Status : Withdrawn, Superseded   Published : September 1986 Replaced By : BS 7094:1989, ISO 8823:1988

WITHDRAWN TITLE
*To ask about withdrawn titles contact the
Customer Relations
cservices@bsigroup.com, +44 345 086 9001


Procedures for the transfer of data and control information between peer presentation entities; means of selecting procedures by use of functional units; structure and encoding of presentation protocol data units.




Standard NumberDD 102:1986
TitleOpen Systems Interconnection: connection-oriented presentation protocol specification (ISO/DIS 8823)
StatusWithdrawn, Superseded
Publication Date30 September 1986
Withdrawn Date15 February 1989
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 7094:1989, ISO 8823:1988
ReplacesDD 102:1985
International RelationshipsISO/DIS 8823
DescriptorsData transfer, Data layout, Definitions, Open systems interconnection, Computer technology, Presentation layer (OSI), Coding (data conversion), Algorithms
ICS35.100.60
Title in FrenchInterconnexion de systèmes ouverts: spécification du protocole de présentation orienté connexion
Title in GermanKommunikation Offener Systeme: Spezifikation des verbindungsorientierten Darstellungsprotokolls
CommitteeICT/1
ISBN0 580 15409 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages76
File Size3.862 MB
Price£274.00


WITHDRAWN TITLE
*To ask about withdrawn titles contact the
Customer Relations
cservices@bsigroup.com, +44 345 086 9001
 Your basket
Your basket is empty

Multi-user access to over 3,500 medical device standards, regulations, expert commentaries and other documents


Worldwide Standards
We can source any standard from anywhere in the world


Tracked Changes

Understand the changes made to a standard with our new Tracked Changes version


Develop a PAS

Develop a fast-track standardization document in 9-12 months