Sape J. Mullender
ACM Press, 1993 - Computers - 595 pages
Technological progress in distributed computing systems continues at a rapid pace, and this second edition has been completely revised to reflect the current state of the art. Examples and case studies of commericial and experimental systems are provided by a distinguished author team, whose work reflects the cutting edge of modern developments in the field.
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Like most collections-of-chapters books, very uneven in quality, unfocused, and even inconsistent in nomenclature. A couple of useful chapters I found myself referring to a decade after I first got ... Read full review
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