AuthorWibowo, Henry, 1966-
AdvisorSchooley, Larry C.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis thesis presents a software development which enhances the applicability of the Operations and Science Instrument System (OASIS) software for teleoperation of scientific experiments or process plants at remote location. Software developed includes a TCP/IP communication interface for OASIS in the MicroVMS and SUN/Unix environments, and modification of previously developed software for a local controlling computer (LCC). Major improvements in software design implementation are done on the command processor task. A new software module is written for the communication part to accommodate the TCP/IP protocol which replaces the DECnet protocol. Results of comparison and measurements of both versions of OASIS are also presented.