Standardization and Cross References


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  1. ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) information:
      ADSL Forum
  2. Dan Kegel’s page, Mostly historical (last supported 1996).
  3. ANSI (American National Standards Institute)
  4. Application Binary Interface Standard, ABI+ Group for Intel Architecture.
  5. Arial Software, Online marketing and Web traffic management software.
  6. ASN.1 Resources, Info & docs for Abstract Syntax Notation One.
  7. ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) information:
      C3D biomechanics file format(Joint 3D position and analog data)
  8. Catalogs and Standards Information (ANSI, ISO and IEC – searchable)
  9. Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS), International space agencies data exchange standardization.
  10. CORBA information:
      DNP Protocol, Distributed Network Protocol, control protocol.
  11. DNS Resources Directory, Information on the Internet Domain Name System from The Internet Solution.
  12. DOS Protected Mode Interface (DPMI), Specification.
  13. ECDIS information:
      Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange (TEI P3), Guidelines and index.
  14. EPP and ECP (IEEE 1284), Parallel Port Standard.
  15. Ethernet information:
      Ethernet, Dan Kegel’s Fast Ethernet Page.
  16. European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), Organization for technical interoperability.
  17. FCS (Fibre Channel Standard) information:
      FDDI information:
  18. Frame Relay information:
      HIPPI information:

        HIPPI Bibliography, from Cray Research.
  19. HTML information:
      HTTP information, from the W3 Consortium.
  20. I2O, Device independent input/output device interface standard.
  21. IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), Electrical and electronic engineering standards body, Geneva.
  22. IEEE 1394 (Firewire) information:
      IEEE Standards information(These are not the actual standards themselves but which must be purchased.
  23. IMA (Interactive Media Association), RFTs
  24. Internet Drafts index, from the IETF.
  25. IP Next Generation information:
      ISDN information:JAVA information:Introduction to Java(By IBM)
  26. JAVA, Programming language and environment, from Sun.
  27. JavaScript information: JavaScript Resources (examples of JavaScript and DHTML)
  28. JPEG, FAQ – Joint Photographic Experts Group image compression standard.
  29. Large File Format, standardization effort (64 bit indexes).
  30. LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
  31. Macintosh information:
      AusMac, Macintosh software archive.
  32. Macinsearch, Index and search engine.
  33. MIME information:
      MPEG information:

        MPEG, Pointers and Resources.
  34. MPI information: Message Passing Interface (MPI) Standard (Library Specification)
  35. MPI Resources, Index from Mississippi State.
  36. MPLS Resource Center, The, IETF’s Multiprotocol Label Switching Standard.
  37. NCITS (formerly X3 Accredited Standards Committee), The ANSI committee on information technology.
  38. Network Time Protocol (NTP), from University of Delaware/HP.
  39. ODBC information:
      Open DataBase Connectivity information, from Microsoft.
  40. PASC, IEEE’s Portable Application Standards Committee, POSIX, etc..
  41. PCI information:
      Perl, Perl programming language resource Web site.
  42. PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), Public domain public key cryptography, index.
  43. Phase Relationships in the Standardization Process (Comments by James Gosling)
  44. PVM (Parallel Virtual Machine), Communication package for Unix systems, from Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
  45. Python, Programming language, interpretative, interactive, object-oriented, extensible.
  46. QuickTime, Multimedia architecture for synchronized graphics, sound, video, text and music.
  47. RFC, Index and search engine from the IETF.
  48. RFC, HTML linked from MIT – searching available.
  49. RFC, Repositories – a URL list from Cern. Somewhat dated (10/94) but still useful.
  50. RSVP, (IETF Working Group) Internet resource reservation setup protocol.
  51. S/390 Parallel Sysplex(tm), High availability system for online transaction processing (OLTP).
  52. SC4 On-Line Information Service (SOLIS), ISO TC184/SC4 subcomittee (Industrial/manufacturing).
  53. SCI (Scalable Coherent Interface) information:
      SCSI information:SGML, ftp server.
  54. SMDS information:
      SMIL information:SNMP, and network management.
  55. SONET information:
      SPICE, Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination, a standard for software process assessment.
  56. SQL, Database query language.
  57. SS7 (Signaling System 7), Telephone switching protocol overview.
  58. STEP information:
      T1, Telecommunications Committee – American National Standards Institute (ANSI) committee.
  59. T10 (formerly X3T10), I/O Standards from NCITS (e.g. SCSI and ATA [IDE], SSA).
  60. TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) information:
      TWAIN, Image acquisition (e.g. scanner) application programming interface (API) standard.
  61. TWIRP, Two-Way InfraRed Protocol for remote control interaction.
  62. Unicode, Worldwide character encoding standard from the Unicode Consortium.
  63. Unified Modeling Language (UML), Language for specifying and documenting software artifacts.
  64. Unix information:
      USB (Universal Serial Bus) information:

        USB Developers page, Serial peripheral interconnect for PCs.
  65. USENET information:
      VRML information:

        VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language), Repository from UCSD.
  66. Windows information:, Information and resources for the various Windows OSs from Microsoft.
  67. X.500 – the OSI Directory Standard
  68. X12 Accredited Standards Committee, ANSI electronic data interchange (EDI) body.
  69. xDSL (Digital Subscriber Line) information:
      xDSL News, Digital subscriber line (xDSL) information/news from Telechoice.
  70. XML (eXtensible Markup Language) information:
      Online XML magazine
  71. The XML Files from Web Developer
  72. W3C information

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