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ATIS - 0300232

Human-to-Machine interface Specification for Telecommunications Management

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Organization: ATIS
Publication Date: 1 August 2006
Status: inactive
Page Count: 66
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The original T1.232-1996 provided information on a wide range of topics germane to the design of Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs). Subsequent work in the Telemanagement Forum and the ITU-T went into more detail in several important and specific areas. This work resulted in the three ITU-T standards referenced in this document (see clause 3). These three ITU-T Recommendations should be employed directly for HMI design in telecommunication management applications. In order to maintain the valuable information contained in ANSI T1.232-1996 (R2001) and connect it to the ITU-T standards, this pointer document was created with the original text in an informational annex.

Application

Telecommunications networks operators manage their infrastructure and services via HMIs to operating systems (OSs) and management applications. In the ITU M.3000 series Recommendations, this user interface is identified as the "G" interface. The HMI is one of two classes of interface: Machine-to- Machine and Human-to-Machine.

As telecommunications network technology becomes increasingly diverse, management issues have become more complex. This complexity requires improved and standardized network management HMIs to increase the quality of service and reduce response times to customers.

Document History

March 1, 2012
Human-to-Machine Interface Specification for Telecommunications Management
The original T1.232-1996 provided information on a wide range of topics germane to the design of Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs).1 Subsequent work went into more detail resulting in three ITU-T...
March 1, 2012
Human-to-Machine Interface Specification for Telecommunications Management
This standard specifies covers the minimum operational vibration criteria for communications equipment. It is the intent of this standard to utilize the latest versions of ATIS standards that are...
0300232
August 1, 2006
Human-to-Machine interface Specification for Telecommunications Management
The original T1.232-1996 provided information on a wide range of topics germane to the design of Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs). Subsequent work in the Telemanagement Forum and the ITU-T went into...
January 1, 1996
Telecommunications - Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning (OAM&P) - G Interface Specification for Use with the Telecommunications Management Network (TMN)
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