Replaced/Superseded by document(s)
The Software Input/Output Manual (SIOM) tells a user how to access, submit inputs to, and interpret
output from, a batch or interactive software system that is run by personnel in a computer centre or
other centralised or networked software installation.
The SIOM is developed for software systems that will be installed in a computer centre or other
centralised or networked software installation, with users accessing the system via terminals or
personal computers or submitting and receiving inputs and outputs in batch mode.
This DID is often used with the Software Centre Operator Manual (SCOM) (see TAA-ME04-001141).
This pair of manuals is an alternative to the Software User Manual (SUM) (see TAA-ME04-001140).
This DID incorporates and adapts some non-copyrighted material contained in the Software
Input/Output Manual (SIOM), DID DI-IPSC-81445, issued by the United States Government.