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\documentclass[11pt]{article}
\usepackage{times}
\usepackage{pl}
\usepackage{plpage}
\usepackage{html}
\sloppy
\makeindex

\onefile
\htmloutput{.}					% Output directory
\htmlmainfile{tipc}				% Main document file
\bodycolor{white}				% Page colour

\renewcommand{\runningtitle}{SWI-Prolog TIPC libraries}

\begin{document}

\title{Transparent Inter-Process Communications (TIPC) libraries}
\author{Jeffrey Rosenwald \\
        E-mail: \email{JeffRose@acm.org}}

\maketitle

\begin{abstract}
TIPC provides a framework for cooperation between federations of trusted
peers that are operating as a unit. It  was developed by Ericsson AB, as
a means to provide for  communications   between  Common Control Systems
processes and Network Elements in telephone switching systems, sometimes
operating at arm's  length  on  different   line  cards  or  mainframes.
Delegation of responsibility in  this  way   is  one  of the fundamental
precepts of the Erlang programming system,   also developed at Ericsson.
TIPC represents a more generalized version of the same behavioral design
pattern.
\end{abstract}

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\pagebreak
\tableofcontents

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\newpage

\input{tipcoverview.tex}
\section{ The TIPC libraries: \pllib{tipc/...} }
\label{sec:tipc-libraries}
\input{tipcpl.tex}
\input{tipcbroadcast.tex}
\input{tipcpaxos.tex}
\input{tipclinda.tex}

\printindex

\end{document}