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Yelavich, B.M. ; IBM National Accounts Division. 5205 N. O''Connor Road, P.O. B0x 160969, Irving, Texas 75016, USA

Presented is an overview of the present CICS architecture. Discussed is the evolution of that original design as a transaction management system that accommodates data base management, operating systems, and input and output devices as well as hardware of increasing numbers and complexity. User needs past and present are analyzed with a view toward understanding how CICS might evolve in the future.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 3.4 )