Advances in Distributed and Parallel Processing: System paradigms and methods
Harry W. Tyrer
Intellect Books, 1994 - Computers - 380 pages
The progress in distributed and parallel computing has been accompanied by the concurrent arrival of hardware architectures, software, and algorithms. This series reviews particular areas in this field based on fundamental issues and the state of the art. It provides in-depth contributions that should be valuable to all professionals involved in the design, development, research, production and use of parallel and distributed processing systems.
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AccountBalance Aggressive Cancellation analysis antimessage application assertions atomic register automatic restructuring bitonic sequence bitonic sort Boolean Buffi CODASYL communication complexity components Computer Science concurrency control concurrent reading constraint predicate construction correct cycle DBMS DBMSs deadlock detection algorithms debugger dependence developed Distributed Computing distributed database distributed DBMS Distributed Simulation environment event example execution false deadlocks fault tolerance flag Fortran global hypercube implementation input queue interaction iteration Lazy Cancellation lock logical schema loop memory multireader node obtained old value optimization output queue overhead Parafrase parallel algorithms parallel computing parallel programs performance problem program behavior protocol read and write read operation reader regular register request resource return the value rollback serial solution speedup synchronization techniques Theorem timestamp timestamp order tion transaction TWF graph update version number virtual virtual memory waiting write operation