Advanced concepts in operating systems: distributed, database, and multiprocessor operating systems

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McGraw-Hill, 1994 - Computers - 522 pages
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Operating systems have evolved substantially over the past two decades, and there is a need for a book which can explain major developments and changes in this dynamic field. This is such a book. Comprehensive, and useful as a text and reference, Advanced Concepts in Operating Systems lays down all the concepts and mechanisms involved in the design of advanced operating systems. The discussion is reinforced by many examples and cases

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Contents

Overview
3
Distributed Operating Systems
10
Synchronization Mechanisms
13
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