Based on the International Conference on Distributed and Parallel Systems, DAPSYS 2008, this volume presents original research, novel concepts and methods, and outstanding results. It features a special focus on desktop grid computing as well.
This book is an edited volume based on DAPSYS 2006, the 6th Austrian-Hungarian Workshop on Distributed and Parallel Systems. The workshop was held in conjunction with the 2nd Austrian Grid Symposium in Innsbruck, Austria in September 2006.
This book details how to build enterprise-level secure, redundant, and highly scalable services from scratch on top of the open source Linux operating system. It shows how to integrate web, message related, data base and other services with this backbone.
This book is an introduction to the design and implementation of operating systems using OSP 2. Coverage details process and thread management; memory, resource and I/0 device management; and interprocess communication.
This book presents scheduling models for parallel processing, problems defined on the grounds of certain scheduling models, and algorithms solving the scheduling problems. It also provides helpful generalizations about scheduling models.
This book outlines common misconceptions as well as misunderstandings of the basic laws of physics that have become common in data center environments and can severely hamper both data integrity and performance. It then details possible solutions.
Since the introduction of Hoares’ Communicating Sequential Process (CSP) notation, powerful new tools have transformed CSP into a practical way of describing industrial-sized problems. This book presents the basic CSP knowledge needed to utilize those tools.
This title introduces the hierarchical structure, principles, applications, kernel, shells, development and management of UNIX operation systems. It clarifies the bond between UNIX implementation and general operating system and software engineering theories.