• SAE ARD 50008 : 1992(R2001)

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    LOGICAL ADDRESS ALLOCATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

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    Cancelled date:  01-03-2016

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    Published date:  01-12-2013

    Publisher:  SAE International

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    1 Preface
      1.1 Administrative
      1.2 Foreword
      1.3 Notice
    2 Scope
    3 Introduction
      3.1 Term definition
          3.1.1 Application tasks
          3.1.2 Communication functions
          3.1.3 Host
          3.1.4 Network interface unit
          3.1.5 Equipment
    4 Logical Address types
      4.1 Content label
          4.1.1 Definition of content-labelled messages
          4.1.2 Advantages of using content-labelled
                messages
      4.2 Destination address
      4.3 Source address
    5 Logical address use
      5.1 Application messages
          5.1.1 Content label
          5.1.2 Destination address
          5.1.3 Source address
      5.2 Management of communication functions
          5.2.1 Content label
          5.2.2 Destination address
          5.2.3 Source address
      5.3 Internal to communication functions
          5.3.1 Content label
          5.3.2 Destination address
          5.3.3 Source address
    6 Standardization
      6.1 For Applications
      6.2 For Communication functions
    7 Logical address allocation
      7.1 Spaces to be allocated
      7.2 Method of allocation
          7.2.1 Flat
          7.2.2 Hierarchical
    8 Conclusions
    Tables

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    Considers the usage of the High Speed Data Buses' logical addressing. Purpose is to ensure a true interoperability between equipment attached to the bus. Two main objectives are: - To keep a record of the Network Architecture Philosophy (NAP) Task Group's ground statements on the question of logical address allocation. - To pass on the NAP Task Group's conclusions, recommendations and open questions to the Real Time Model Task Group (RTMT), since the NAP tasks work in close relationship with the RTMT tasks.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher SAE International
    Status Cancelled
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