SPS RF Control System related design memoranda, Executer and other concepts.

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Here are currently available documents:

- File: r&r.txt:      Design presentation: Proposal for solving the
                      Reply and Report problem.
- File: rply&rpr.pdf: Design presentation: Drawing referenced in
                      'Proposal for solving the Reply and Report problem'.

- File: executer.txt: Design presentation: Solving the Executer problem.

- File: exe_call.txt: Design memo: Analysis of a matching problem
                      between the RFS Control System Man/Machine interface
                      and Executer + Applications.

- File: exec_ins.txt: Design memo: An overview of the RF PCA Executer.
                      (together with: Requirements and Management of
                       the Operational DataBase for the RF PCA Executer.)

- File: operatio.txt: Design memo: The operational programme database
                      for the RFS PCA.

- File: m_161292.txt: Design memo: Minutes of a meeting called by
                      Erik on 16 December 1992.

- File: m_211292.txt: Design memo: Minutes of the follow-up meeting
                      called by Erik on 21 December 1992.

- File: m_161292.pdf: Design memo: Drawing referenced in memo's
                      m_161292 and m_211292.

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