Distributed Operating Systems: Concepts and Design

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Wiley, 1997 - Computers - 743 pages
Distributed Operating Systems will provide engineers, educators, and researchers with an in-depth understanding of the full range of distributed operating systems components. Each chapter addresses de-facto standards, popular technologies, and design principles applicable to a wide variety of systems. Complete with chapter summaries, end-of-chapter exercises and bibliographies, Distributed Operating Systems concludes with a set of case studies that provide real-world insights into four distributed operating systems.

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Pradeep K. Sinha has been involved in the research and development of distributed systems for almost a decade. At present, Dr. Sinha is the coordinator of the Software Integration and Engineering Group at the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune, India. C-DAC is India's national initiative in developing supercomputing facilities based on distributed-memory architecture. Before joining C-DAC, Dr. Sinha worked with the Multimedia Systems Research Laboratory of Panasonic in Tokyo, Japan, where he coordinated projects in the area of distributed and network systems. Dr. Sinha received his Doctor of Science degree from the University of Tokyo, Japan, where he was a key member of the Galaxy Distributed Operating Systems Group, and has authored a number of papers on distributed systems.

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