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Inexact or real-world queueing techniques are used to determine that the number of buffers provided in system design is indeed adequate to guard against message loss.
In the first half of 1977 I was involved in the design and implementation of a network control program (NCP) which interfaced a PDP-11/70 Host computer to a packet switching network (similar to ARPANET (1)). The NCP was responsible for both Host to Host message control and Host to network link control. The Host to network interface used a subset of X.25 (2)… (More)