Implications of Electronic Mail and Message Systems for the U.S. Postal Service Page: 101
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Appendix A includes the following. Figure A-1
shows the structure of the model with the diver-
sion parameters (P, a, to) indicated for electronic
Figure A-1.-Structure of I
P a to
lectrono runs transfer
Electronic mail and mesa system
Generation if EMS (hardcopy output and t
Generation II EMS (slectn4 output and
Time when 5% diversion occurs
SOURCE Office of Technology Assessment.
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