1.55um Wavelength Operation of E(3+,r)-Doped Optical Fiber by Song Q., Zhang Y.

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1 type; the set of abstract values in the top-level type for an application is called the abstract syntax for that application; the corresponding octet-strings representing those abstract values unambiguously (by the use of any given set of encoding rules) is called a transfer syntax for that application. 1) there can in general be several different transfer syntaxes (with different verbosity and extensibility - etc - properties) available for a particular application, as shown in Figure 8. 34 © OSS,31 May 1999 In the OSI world, it was considered appropriate to allow run-time negotiation of which transfer syntax to use.

1 Packed Encoding Rules (PER) provided good support for extensibility with little additional overhead on the line. 5 Abstract and transfer syntax The terms abstract and transfer syntax were primarily developed within the OSI work, and are variously used in other related computer disciplines. 1 in any way dependent on OSI. The following steps are necessary when specifying the messages forming a protocol (see Figure 8): • • • 30 The determination of the information that needs to be transferred in each message; this is a "business-level" decision.

The next top-level field is called "details", and is also a fairly complex structured field, but this time the designer, purely as a matter of style, has chosen to write out the type "in-line" rather than using another type-referencename. This field is a "SEQUENCE OF", that is to say, an arbitrary number of repetitions of what follows the "SEQUENCE OF" (could be zero). 1 notation to require a minimum or maximum number of repetitions, but that is not often encountered and is left to later. What follows is another "SEQUENCE", binding together an "OBJECT IDENTIFIER" field called "item" and an "INTEGER" field called "cases".

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