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The OSI Model formally known as the Open Systems Interconnection, used as a teaching device describes a networking framework which implements protocols in layers. The OSI divides the construction of computer network into seven layers in a analytical advancement. The upper layers go into detail about the representation of data, network requests and responses while the lower layers cover all sorts of binary data, the routing of those data going across networks and electrical signals. The seventh layer also known as the application layer is the first layer to send a command.
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  • Fall '13
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  • Open Systems

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