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The serialized session layer elements are tagged with transport layer recovery information so that the communicating parties can request retransmissions of lost or garbled messages. 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.

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. For example, in a CIM factory a CAD application may require an extensive amount of data that reside on a separate database or mainframe. Therefore, the CAD application is partitioned accordingly. Embedded computers into manufacturing are used to perform many important functions, such as communication, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), computation, storing data, design, and processing and distribution of signals, data, and information.

In CIM this model is used in the implementation of the factory information system. aries and meanings for the problem at hand. Objects describe elements that are common to a specific environment. 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.

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