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1. This protocol is a client/server model . For client : the ATM will show the requests and receives , display the some messages in the screen of the ATM , let the guest know the result . For server : it send object in response to requests . To handle the requests from the guest . There will be seven messages in my application layer protocol . As following: (1)"Please insert your card to the ATM . " This message can remind the guest to insert their card . It is also the start message for the ATM and centralized computer at the same time . For ATM , it tells the guest to insert card . For centralized computer , it can set and start a flow for the guest following command . (2)"Please enter your pin number. " This message can get the guest's card pin number . For ATM , it requests the guest to enter the code number . For centralized computer , it can ensure the guest ID , can let the next command . (3)"Do you want to check your balance ?"
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course SIT 281 taught by Professor Vickymak during the Three '09 term at Deakin.

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Q1 - 1. This protocol is a client/server model . For client...

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