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A Proposal for an Open Logistics Interconnection Reference Model for a Physical Internet

Jean-Yves Colin 1 Hervé Mathieu Moustafa Nakechbandi 1
1 RI2C - LITIS - Equipe Réseaux d'interactions et Intelligence Collective
LITIS - Laboratoire d'Informatique, de Traitement de l'Information et des Systèmes
Abstract : This paper presents a New Open Logistics Interconnection (NOLI) reference model for a Physical Internet, inspired by the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model for data networks. This NOLI model is compared to the OSI model, and to the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) model of Internet. It is also compared to the OLI model for a Physical Internet proposed by Montreuil. The main differences between the presented NOLI model and all the other models named above are in the appearance of definitions of physical objects in different layers and not just the lowest one. Also, the NOLI model we present locates the containerization and de-containerization operations in the topmost layer, and not in the layer below as does the OLI model. Finally, the NOLI model is closer to the TCP/IP and OSI models than the OLI model, keeping the integrity of the Link Layer that the OLI model divides in two layers, and keeping separate the Session and Transport OSI Layers that the OLI model unites in just one layer.
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Jean-Yves Colin, Hervé Mathieu, Moustafa Nakechbandi. A Proposal for an Open Logistics Interconnection Reference Model for a Physical Internet. GOL 2016, The 3rd International IEEE Conference on Logistics Operations Management, May 2016, FEZ, Morocco. ⟨hal-02094646⟩

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