Computer networks and data sharing: A bibliography
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Network Working Group                                   Alvin P. Mullery
Request for Comments: 290               Thomas J. Watson Research Center
Updates: RFC 243                                        January 11, 1972
NIC: 8300

           COMPUTER NETWORKS AND DATE SHARING: A BIBLIOGRAPHY

   Abstract.  The bibliography is broken into seven subject areas -
   general data structures, data description, data conversion, data
   management, data security, data transmission, and computer network
   design.  Two of these areas, general data structures and data
   management, cover a very broad range of subjects: however, in these
   two areas, only entries that seem to be specially pertinent to
   computer networks and data sharing are included.  The bibliography
   also contains an index of authors.

   A. GENERAL DATA STRUCTURES

   1.  F.D. Anzelmo, "A Data-Storage Format for Information System
       Files," IEEE Trans. Computers, vol. C-20, p. 39-43, January 1971.

   2.  E. F. Codd, "A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data
       Banks," Comm. ACM, vol 13, p. 377-387, June, 1970.

   3.  C.T. Davies, "A Logical Concept for the Control and Management of
       Data", AR-0803-00

   4.  J. Barley, "Toward on Understanding of Data Structures," 1970 ACM
       SIGFIDET Workshop on Data Description and Access, p. 1-40,
       November, 1970.

   5.  M. Kay and S. Y. W. Su, "The MIND System:  The Structure of the
       Semantic File," Rand Corp. Rept. RM-6265/3-PR, June 1970.

   6.  S. E. Madnick and J.W. Alsop II, "A Modular Approach to File
       System Design," 1969 Spring Joint Computer Conf., AFIPS Proc.,
       vol. 34, p. 1-13, 1969.

   7.  W. C. McGee, "File Structures for Generalized Data Management,"
       Pro. IFIPS Congress 68, p. 1233, 1968.

   8.  P. D. Rovner and J. A. Feldman, "The LEAP Language and Data
       Structure," Proc IFIPS Congress 68, p. 579 1968.

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   B. DATA DESCRIPTION

   1.  R. E. Bleier, "Data Definition Standardization," 1970 ACM
       SIGFIDET Workshop on Data Description and Access, p. 68-86,
       November 1970.

   2.  T. H. Bonn, "A Standard for Computer Networks," Computer, vol. 4,
       p. 10-14, May/June, 1971.

   3.  "Data Base Task Group Report," CODASYL Program Language
       Committee.

   4.  "IBM Data Base Task Group Representative Minority Report,"
       CODASYL Program Language Committee, Oct. 17, 1969.

   5.  C. J. Date and P. Hopewell, "File Definition and Logical Data
       Independence," 1971 ACM SIGFIDET Workshop on Data Description,
       Access, and Control, p. 117-138, November 1971.

   6.  C. J. Date and P. Hopewell, "Storage Structure and Physical Data
       Independence," 1971 ACM SIGFIDET Workshop on Data Description,
       Access, and Control, p. 139-169, November 1971.

   7.  J. B. Dennis, "On the Exchange of Information," 1970 ACM SIGFIDET
       Workshop on Data Description and Access, p. 41-67, November, 1970

   8.  M. Donaldson, S. Robinovitz, and B. Wolfe, "Proposed MICIS
       Standard for Data Description," Michigan Interuniversity
       Committee on Information Systems, Dec. 4, 1970.

   9.  M. Ellis and K. Nelson, "A Data Description Language for
       Hierarchical Data Files," 1970 ACM SIGFIDET Workshop on Data
       Description and Access, p. 87-107, November 1970

   10. D. Evans and A. Van Dam, "Data Structure Programming Language,"
       Proc. IFIP Congress 68, p. 557-564, 1968.

   11. G. A. Gibson, "Draft: Data Description Language," fdt (a
       publication of the ACM Special Interest Committee on File
       Description and Translation), vol. 1, p. 9-13, 10 August 1969.

   12. L. V. Haibt and A. P. Mullery, "Data Descriptive Language for
       Shared Data," IBM Research Report RC3476, August 1971.

   13. A. W. Holt, "Information System Theory Project," Applied Data
       Research, Princeton, Rept. ADR-REF-6606, Sept. 1968.

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   14. G. J. Lipovsky,  "The Architecture of a Large Distributed Logic
       Associative Memory," Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Report R-424,
       July 1969 (contains a discussion of representation structures
       suitable for describing complex data bases).

   15. C. N. Mooers, "A Standard Method for the Description of External
       Data Formats," part IV of "Standards for User Procedures and Data
       Formats in Automatic Information Systems and Networks," Zator
       Co., Cambridge Mass., Aug. 28, 1967.

   16. C. N. Mooers, "Data Descriptive Languages," fdt (a publication of
       the ACM Special Interest Committee on File Description and
       Translation), vol. 1 p. 31-36, 10 August 1969.

   17. H. R. Morse, "Efficiency and the Use of Data Definition
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