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Subject:technical mainframe terms From:Keith Jeremy Posner <posner -at- SODALIA -dot- IT> Date:Thu, 21 Nov 1996 10:17:35 +0100
> Does anyone know where I can find explanations of mainframe terms (like a
> glossary of some sort) ?
You might want to try looking at the "IEEE Standard Glossary of Software
Engineering Terminology", IEEE Std 610.12-1990. This is a glossary
covering the whole software engineering industry but I think it also has
terms relevant to the mainframe environment. You can contact ANSI which
adminsters this IEEE 610 standard at the following URL: