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ARMY - UFGS-34 41 26.00 10 - ACCESS CONTROL POINT CONTROL SYSTEM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2009-02-01
Description: NOTE: This specification covers the requirements for the design of an access control point control system.
ISO/IEC 29341-8-5 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – UPNP DEVICE ARCHITECTURE – PART 8-5: INTERNET GATEWAY DEVICE CONTROL PROTOCOL – WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK ACCESS POINT DEVICE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-11-01
Description: The WLANAccessPointDevice encapsulates services for the Access Point Device Control Protocol (DCP). The Wireless LAN (WLAN) Access Point (AP) is a device that implements the IEEE 802.11 (a, b, g) wireless standards to provide an ‘infrastructure' network for home or small business.
NR/L3/MTC/RCS0216/OT03 ISSUE 2 - RISK CONTROL MANUAL: INSPECT, MAINTAIN CESS PATH, WALKING ROUTE, ACCESS POINT Organization: NR
Date: 2012-03-03
ITU-T Q.2971C - DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALLING SYSTEM NO. 2 - USER-NETWORK INTERFACE LAYER 3 SPECIFICATION FOR POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT CALL/CONNECTION CONTROL: TEST SUITE STRUCTURE AND TEST PURPOSES (TSS & TP) FOR THE USER SERIES Q: SWITCHING AND SIGNALLING BROADBAND ISDN - B-ISDN APPLICATION PROTOCOLS FOR ACCESS SIGNALLING - STUDY GROUP 11; 12 PP Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-12-01
ITU-T Q.2971E - DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALLING SYSTEM NO. 2 - USER-NETWORK INTERFACE LAYER 3 SPECIFICATION FOR POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT CALL/CONNECTION CONTROL: TEST SUITE STRUCTURE AND TEST PURPOSES (TSS & TP) FOR THE NETWORK SERIES Q: SWITCHING AND SIGNALLING BROADBAND ISDN - B-ISDN APPLICATION PROTOCOLS FOR ACCESS SIGNALLING - STUDY GROUP 11; 14 PP Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-12-01
ITU-T Q.2971D - DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALLING SYSTEM NO. 2 - USER-NETWORK INTERFACE LAYER 3 SPECIFICATION FOR POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT CALL/CONNECTION CONTROL: ABSTRACT TEST SUITE (ATS) AND PARTIAL PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION EXTRA INFORMATION FOR TESTING (PIXIT) PROFORMA FOR THE USER SERIES Q: SWITCHING AND SIGNALLING BROADBAND ISDN - B-ISDN APPLICATION PROTOCOLS FOR ACCESS SIGNALLING - STUDY GROUP 11; 18 PP Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-12-01
ITU-T Q.2971F - DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALLING SYSTEM NO. 2 - USER-NETWORK INTERFACE LAYER 3 SPECIFICATION FOR POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT CALL/CONNECTION CONTROL: ABSTRACT TEST SUITE (ATS) AND PARTIAL PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION EXTRA INFORMATION FOR TESTING (PIXIT) PROFORMA FOR THE NETWORK SERIES Q: SWITCHING AND SIGNALLING BROADBAND ISDN - B-ISDN APPLICATION PROTOCOLS FOR ACCESS SIGNALLING - STUDY GROUP 11; 24 PP Organization: ITU-T
Date: 1999-12-01
ULC CAN-S319 - ELECTRONIC ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS Organization: ULC
Date: 2005-09-01
Description: The various means of communication between the reader, the reader interface module, the access point actuator, the access point sensor, the access control unit and the monitoring console are described within the scope of this standard.
UFC 4-022-01 - SECURITY ENGINEERING: ENTRY CONTROL FACILITIES / ACCESS CONTROL POINTS Organization: UFC
Date: 2005-05-25
Description: The term “Entry Control Facilities” encompasses the overall layout, organization, infrastructure, and facilities of an entry control point or access control point. ECF is synonymous with the term Access Control Point (ACP) used in some Service publications.
IETF RFC 7256 - MULTICAST CONTROL EXTENSIONS FOR THE ACCESS NODE CONTROL PROTOCOL (ANCP) Organization: IETF
Date: 2014-07-01
Description: These use cases are organized into the following ANCP capabilities: o multicast replication initiated by the Network Access Server (NAS); o conditional access and admission control with white and black lists; o conditional access and admission control with grey lists; o bandwidth delegation; and o committed bandwidth reporting.
IETF RFC 5417 - CONTROL AND PROVISIONING OF WIRELESS ACCESS POINTS (CAPWAP) ACCESS CONTROLLER DHCP OPTION Organization: IETF
Date: 2009-03-01
Description: The Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points Protocol allows a Wireless Termination Point to use DHCP to discover the Access Controllers to which it is to connect.
IETF RFC 6320 - PROTOCOL FOR ACCESS NODE CONTROL MECHANISM IN BROADBAND NETWORKS Organization: IETF
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This document describes the Access Node Control Protocol (ANCP). ANCP operates between a Network Access Server (NAS) and an Access Node (e.g., a Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM)) in a multi-service reference architecture in order to perform operations related to Quality of Service, service, and subscribers.
DS/EN 301240 V1.1.3 - DIGITAL ENHANCED CORDLESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS (DECT); DATA SERVICES PROFILE (DSP); POINT-TO-POINT PROTOCOL (PPP) INTERWORKING FOR INTERNET ACCESS AND GENERAL MULTI-PROTOCOL DATAGRAM TRANSPORT Organization: DS
Date: 1999-02-03
Description: It specifies an interworking profile for non-voice equipment with roaming mobility, providing Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) transmission to allow dial-up internet access and general multi-protocol datagram transport.
ISO/IEC 29341-18-12 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – UPNP DEVICE ARCHITECTURE – PART 18-12: REMOTE ACCESS DEVICE CONTROL PROTOCOL – REMOTE ACCESS DISCOVERY AGENT SYNCHRONIZATION SERVICE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: This service does not address the actual transport protocol used to facilitate Remote Access. The RADASync service is a UPnP service that provides control points with the following functionality: • Publish and remove information about the existence of remote devices.
ISO/IEC 29341-18-11 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – UPNP DEVICE ARCHITECTURE – PART 18-11: REMOTE ACCESS DEVICE CONTROL PROTOCOL – REMOTE ACCESS DISCOVERY AGENT SERVICE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: This service does not address the actual transport protocol used to facilitate Remote Access. The RADAConfig service is a UPnP service that provides control points with the following functionality: • Customize which local devices are visible in remote networks • Customize which remote devices are visible in the local network This service does not address: • Aggregation of the the local view of the UPnP network.
ISO/IEC 29341-18-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – UPNP DEVICE ARCHITECTURE – PART 18-4: REMOTE ACCESS DEVICE CONTROL PROTOCOL – REMOTE ACCESS DISCOVERY AGENT DEVICE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: This device does not address: • Control level and content level Access Control for local devices which are exposed to remote networks.
ASTM E2590 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR CONDUCTING HAZARD ANALYSIS-CRITICAL CONTROL POINT (HACCP) EVALUATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This guide describes a stepwise procedure for using existing information, and if available, supporting field and laboratory data concerning a process, materials, or products potentially linked to adverse effects likely to occur in the environment as a result of an event associated with a process such as the dispersal of a potentially invasive species or the release of material (for example, a chemical) or its derivative products to the environment. Hazard Analysis-Critical Control Point (HACCP) evaluations were historically linked to food safety (Hulebak and Schlosser W. 2002 (1);2 Mortimer and Wallace 2013 (2)), but the process has increasingly found application in planning processes such as those occurring in health sciences ; Quattrin et al. 2008 (3); Hjarno et al. 2007 (4); Griffith 2006 (5) or; Noordhuizen and Welpelo 1996 (6)), in natural resource management (US Forest Service 2014 a,b,c (7, 8, 9), (US EPA, 2006 (10); see also http://www.fws.gov/ fisheries/ans/ANS-HACCP.html; http://www.haccp-nrm.org/; or http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/swamp/ais/prevention_ planning.shtml (last accessed June 16, 2014) or in supporting field operations wherein worker health and natural resource management issues intersect (see, for example, http://www.haccp-nrm.org/plans/nm/negrito.pdf related to field operations occurring in areas associated with incidence of hantavirus; (last accessed June 15, 2014) or in supporting field operations wherein worker health and natural resource management issues intersect (see, for example, http://www.haccp-nrm.org/plans/nm/negrito.pdf related to field operations occurring in areas associated with incidence of hantavirus; (last accessed June 15, 2014) HACCP evaluation is a simple linear process or a network of linear processes that represents the structure of any event; the hazard analysis (HA) depends on the data quality and data quantity available for the evaluation process, especially as that relates to critical control points (CCPs) characterized in completing HACCP.
DS/EN 50133-1 - ALARM SYSTEMS - ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS - PART 1: SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 1997-01-30
Description: It includes: - system architecture and general requirements of an access control system for security applications; - requirements for functions; - definition of the environmental and electromagnetic compatibility conditions; - requirements for communication of an access control with others, such as access point actuators and sensors, alarm system, etc.
DS/EN 50133-1/CORR. - ALARM SYSTEMS - ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS - PART 1: SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 1998-06-30
Description: It includes: - system architecture and general requirements of an access control system for security applications; - requirements for functions; - definition of the environmental and electromagnetic compatibility conditions; - requirements for communication of an access control with others, such as access point actuators and sensors, alarm system, etc.
DS/EN 50133-1/A1 - ALARM SYSTEMS - ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR USE IN SECURITY APPLICATIONS - PART 1: SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2002-12-10
Description: It includes: - system architecture and general requirements of an access control system for security applications; - requirements for functions; - definition of the environmental and electromagnetic compatibility conditions; - requirements for communication of an access control with others, such as access point actuators and sensors, alarm system, etc.

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