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The transport layer manages the data flow between two internetwork hosts. The transport layer messages are broken down into routable packets and datagrams whose network layer headers identify the sender and receiver by their corresponding node numbers. At the network layer, data are transferred around the internetwork. The Internet Protocol (IP) is the dominant protocol used for routing packets between hosts and across network links. ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) works with IP to carry control messages and status information between networked systems with IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol), which routes data to multiple hosts for multicasting.
For example, objects common to a manufacturing environment would include orders, schedules, and inventories. Objects containing common attributes are grouped into classes. Software developers working at the class level can influence the behavior of all objects within that class at once. Consequently, this approach improves productivity. The gains in productivity can be increased by storing individual objects and classes of objects in a central repository so that developers within the enterprise can share and reuse them.
The client/server architecture is becoming the design approach for future soft- 750 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING ware applications. The implementation of the client/server architecture is made practical by (1) the availability of lowcost powerful personal computers and fast networks to link them and (2) the need to access databases containing vast amounts of stored data. Many aspects of C/S application analysis and designs are similar to those of traditional architecture (20). The partitioning of the client/server applications is user driven and is subject to tradeoffs between the capabilities of the client and server.
27.Industrial Electronics by John G. Webster (Editor)