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    88== What is Optimization Services Protocol (OSP)? ==
    99A protocol is an agreed upon format for transmitting data between two devices, hardware or software. The Optimization Services Protocol determines how optimization related data are represented and communicated between two Optimization Services compatible software components.  Just like the Internet Protocol (IP), OSP can also be used by organizations sharing private networks.
    10 OSP is a rapidly evolving set of standards that consists of over 20 sub-protocols, all described by an abbreviation of in the form of “OSxL”, meaning some Optimization Services x Language. For example, OSiL stands for Optimization Services instance Language, which is a language expressed in XML to specify the structure and format of general optimization instances. As a core of the Optimization Services framework, OSP has great promise for the world of Operations Research applications, optimization systems and distributed computing.
     10OSP is a rapidly evolving set of standards that consists of over 20 sub-protocols, all described by an abbreviation of in the form of "OSxL", meaning some Optimization Services x Language. For example, OSiL stands for Optimization Services instance Language, which is a language expressed in XML to specify the structure and format of general optimization instances. As a core of the Optimization Services framework, OSP has great promise for the world of Operations Research applications, optimization systems and distributed computing.
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