The OSI reference model

@article{Day1983TheOR,
  title={The OSI reference model},
  author={John Day and Hubert Zimmermann},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={1983},
  volume={71},
  pages={1334-1340}
}
The early successes of computer networks in the mid-1970's made it apparent that to utilize the full potential of computer networks, international standards would be required. [] Key Method The paper first describes the basic building blocks used to construct the network model. Then the particular seven-layer model used by OSI is briefly described, followed by a discussion of outstanding issues and future extensions for the model.

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