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The first step of protocol design is to prepare the textual (“informal”) description of a protocol from the requirements. However, this description is often ambiguous and cannot be checked and processed automatically by computers. This is why protocols should be specified formally with a Formal Description Technique (FDT). An FDT is a special language or notation for protocol (or system) specification with a strong mathematical background. 1 (Abstract Syntax Notation One) for data description 9 Communication Protocols Figure 5.
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