[ih] Fwd: FW: internet-history Digest, Vol 11, Issue 1
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>[mailto:internet-history-bounces at postel.org] On
>Behalf Of Phill Gross
>Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 11:49 PM
>To: 'Jake Feinler'; internet-history at postel.org
>Cc: 'Paula Jabloner'
>Subject: Re: [ih] internet-history Digest, Vol 11, Issue 1
>Thanks for the offer. It sounds like you have
>an interesting volunteer job, and very
>appropriate for these purposes.
>I'd love to get copies of the following papers:
>· "The OSI Reference Model and other
>protocol architectures", Danny Cohen and Jon
>Postel, IFIP 83, Paris, Sept 1983.
>· "A tutorial on Protocols", Louis Pouzin
>and Hubert Zimmerman, Proceeding of the IEEE,
>Vol 66, No 11, Nov 1978, Special issue on
>· "The OSI Reference Model", John Day and
>Hubert Zimmerman, IEEE Proceedings, Vol 71, No
>12, Dec 1983, Special issue on Open Systems
>· Zimmer, "OSI Reference Model..." from IEEE
>Transactions on Communications, April 1980.
>(from Craig Partridge)
>The Pouzin article is said to be one of the
>earliest to reference the OSI model. Craig
>provided the 1980 IEEE reference.
The Pouzin article would have to be about the
earliest reference, since the first version was
produced in March of 78.
>Regarding actual standards documents, I'm
>looking for any copy of X.200 or ISO 7498 prior
>I have the 1984 CCITT Red book that includes
>X.200. I've seen references to a 1978 "Gray
>Book" with X.200. If you have the Gray book, or
>if your Yellow book has X.200 and is earlier
>than 1984, then we have a score.
Anyone with an SC16 archive should have them. I
believe I have the first 300 or so documents on
Microfiche somewhere. You are looking for
SC16/N46, N117 and N227. These were the outputs
of the Washington, 78 meeting; Paris, Oct 78; and
London, 79; respectively. The DP version should
also be around which would be Berlin 1980. The
document went through a complete re-organization
between 117 and 227. The Babbage Institute has
the proto-version of that document.
>Craig also gave the following ISO references from the 1980 IEEE article:
>· ISO/TC97/SC16 "Provisional model of open systems architecture",
> Doc N34, March 1978.
>· ISO/TC97/SC16, "Reference model of open systems interconnection,"
> Doc N227, June 1979.
This is the London output document.
>Getting copies of any of the above would be a great help.
>Jack H, I've already contacted Mike Padlipsky
>and received the figures for his RFC 871 (1982).
>His figures are an interesting half circular
>representation of the three layer Arpanet model,
>which he adapted from an earlier Davidson/Postel
>paper (see below). I'd be interested to see if
>the Cohen/Postel paper above also has a version
>of the half-circle diagram.
>Scott B, thanks for the pointer to G.805. I'd
>already found that thread and discovered the
>truth about "layer networks" and conflation. :)
> If you come across 3-plane references prior to
>BISDN, let me know.
>Thanks to all who have provided references and
>insights. And, its great to hear from so many
>old friends and colleagues.
Layering did not originate with the OSI model.
The model really just wrote down what people were
thinking at the time. There had been talk of
these layers all through the 70s.
Further questions on the OSI stuff let me know.
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