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your case study sounds very interesting! Any chance of you sharing it
-- or a synopsis -- (1) across the list, (2) with individuals in
cyberspace who ask nicely, (3) in a journal, (4) at a conference,
(5) in a for-sale published form ?
Mike Beyries (mbeyries -at- telebit -dot- com)
Test Engineer and Documentor, Telebit Corporation
Sunnyvale, CA U.S.A.