Open Distributed Systems
This new book's comprehensive coverage of distributed systems from the ODP perspective describes how a multimedia conferencing system can be built as a distributed application, how management can be modeled as a distributed application, and how a distributed file system can be built as an example of a user application. Includes 60 illustrations, 30 equations and 100 references.
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Modules communication and concurrency
Real time and reliable systems
Languages and formal methods
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access-control algorithms allow application approach architecture audio buffer CCCP channel Chapter client communication components concurrency conference conferencing CORBA defined distributed file system distributed operating systems distributed system entities example execution failure Figure file system floor control functions global host identifier IDL stubs implementation inter-process communication interaction interface interoperable invocation invoke ISDN layer load machine managed objects managed-object class mechanisms messages migration modules multicast multimedia node object reference object-oriented octets operating system OSI model packet parameters performance possible problem process migration processor protocol queue Reality Checkpoint relationship reliability remote procedure call replication request SBank scheduling scheme sequence server shared specification standards structure synchronization tion transaction transparency Unix viewpoint window workstation Xlib