Presentation and major design aspects of the CYCLADES computer network

@inproceedings{Pouzin1973PresentationAM,
  title={Presentation and major design aspects of the CYCLADES computer network},
  author={Louis Pouzin},
  booktitle={Symposium on Data Communications and Data Networks - Analysis and Design},
  year={1973}
}
  • L. Pouzin
  • Published in
    Symposium on Data…
    1973
  • Computer Science
A computer network is being developed in France, under government sponsorship, to link about twenty heterogeneous computers located in universities, research and D.P. Centers. Goals are to set up a prototype network in order to foster experiment in various areas, such as: data communications, computer interaction, cooperative research, distributed data bases. The network is intended to be both, an object for research, and an operational tool. In order to speed up the implementation, standard… 

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