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application  is  known  as  Source  Data  System Afloat (SDSA). This system is primarily designed to  maintain  personnel  records  and  process  payroll. The  SDSA  can  also  process  other  information such   as   recording   leave,   starting   or   stopping family separation pay, hazardous duty pay, and various  other  functions. Supply and Financial Applications The  SUADPS-RT  and  the  Logistics  Applica- tions  of  Automated  Marking  and  Reading  Sym- bology   (LOGMARS)   are   the   two   primary applications  for  supply  and  financial  manage- ment.  The  interface  between  these  two  systems  is shown  in  figure  10-1. SNAP  I  HARDWARE  CONFIGURATION The SNAP I hardware configuration is known as  the  AN/UYK-65(V),  which  is  made  up  of several  Honeywell  DPS6  computers.  Various pieces of peripheral equipment such as magnetic tape  drives,  disk  storage  equipment,  keyboard display  video  terminals  (KDVTs),  and  ASPI printers are used to communicate either interac- tively within the commands or between external commands.  The  specific  configurations  of  hard- ware  depend  upon  an  activity’s  uniform  system identification  code.  This  can  change  with  im- plementation  of  new  automated  information systems.  An  illustration  of  one  type  of  a  con- figuration for an aircraft carrier is shown in figure 10-2. There is more than one type of configura- tion  for  an  aircraft  carrier. Networking Networking  is  the  process  that  allows  for  com- munication  between  computers.  An  example  of this is accessing information that is contained on a host computer from a remote processing system (RPS). Host  Computer The  host  computer  is  the  main  computer.  This is  also  the  computer  that  contains  the  majority Figure 10-2.—SNAP I configuration on an aircraft carrier. 10-3

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