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Distributed systems - Principles and paradigms

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The book (text in Chinese) is divided into two parts: the principles and paradigm. Discussed in detail in the first part of the principles. concepts and techniques of distributed systems. including communication. processes. naming. synchronization. consistency and replication. fault tolerance. and security. The second part gives the actual distributed systems: object-based distributed systems. distributed file systems. document-based distributed systems based on the collaboration of distributed systems. some practical design ideas and implementation techniques .

The structure of the book is clear. comprehensive classic and elegant. systematic and advanced. The book intended widely. Book is preferred textbook for undergraduate and graduate students studying distributed computing. For researchers and engineers and technicians engaged in distributed computing research and engineering applications. the book is also an excellent basic books.

Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 The definition of a distributed system 1.2 Objectives 1.3 distributed system hardware 1.4 Distributed System Software 1.5 client - server model 1.6 Summary 43 Exercises Chapter 2 2.1 layered communication protocol 2.2 Remote Procedure Call 2.3 remote object stream-oriented communication call 2.4 message-oriented communication 2.5 2.6 Summary 103 Exercises Chapter 3 processes 1073.1 thread 3.2 3.3 server 3.4 code migration 3.5 software named Agent 3.6 Summary 140 Exercises Chapter 4 4.1 entity naming 4.2 mobile entities positioning 4.3 Remove non-entity references 4.4 Summary 187 Chapter 5 Exercises sync Chapter 6 Chapter 7 of consistency and replication fault tolerant Chapter 8 Chapter 9 of the security object-based distributed systems Chapter 10 Distributed File System Chapter 11 document-based distributed systems Chapter 12 Chapter 13 reading materials distributed systems based on collaboration and bibliography bibliography list.

Condition: Very good with some signs of shelf wear and corner bumps with slight turn over of the corners, minor scuffs to the front and back covers. Interior pages are clean and bright with a tight binding.

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Author(s):
Tanenbaum, Andrew S. & Steen, Maarten Van (Ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
10 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
7302089612
ISBN-13:
9787302089612
Number of pages:
616
Publisher:
Tsinghua University Press
Title:
Distrubuted systems - Principles and paradigms

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The book (text in Chinese) is divided into two parts: the principles and paradigm. Discussed in detail in the first part of the principles. concepts and techniques of distributed systems. including communication. processes. naming. synchronization. consistency and replication. fault tolerance. and security. The second part gives the actual distributed systems: object-based distributed systems. distributed file systems. document-based distributed systems based on the collaboration of distributed systems. some practical design ideas and implementation techniques .

The structure of the book is clear. comprehensive classic and elegant. systematic and advanced. The book intended widely. Book is preferred textbook for undergraduate and graduate students studying distributed computing. For researchers and engineers and technicians engaged in distributed computing research and engineering applications. the book is also an excellent basic books.

Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 The definition of a distributed system 1.2 Objectives 1.3 distributed system hardware 1.4 Distributed System Software 1.5 client - server model 1.6 Summary 43 Exercises Chapter 2 2.1 layered communication protocol 2.2 Remote Procedure Call 2.3 remote object stream-oriented communication call 2.4 message-oriented communication 2.5 2.6 Summary 103 Exercises Chapter 3 processes 1073.1 thread 3.2 3.3 server 3.4 code migration 3.5 software named Agent 3.6 Summary 140 Exercises Chapter 4 4.1 entity naming 4.2 mobile entities positioning 4.3 Remove non-entity references 4.4 Summary 187 Chapter 5 Exercises sync Chapter 6 Chapter 7 of consistency and replication fault tolerant Chapter 8 Chapter 9 of the security object-based distributed systems Chapter 10 Distributed File System Chapter 11 document-based distributed systems Chapter 12 Chapter 13 reading materials distributed systems based on collaboration and bibliography bibliography list.

Condition: Very good with some signs of shelf wear and corner bumps with slight turn over of the corners, minor scuffs to the front and back covers. Interior pages are clean and bright with a tight binding.

Author(s):
Tanenbaum, Andrew S. & Steen, Maarten Van (Ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
10 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
7302089612
ISBN-13:
9787302089612
Number of pages:
616
Publisher:
Tsinghua University Press
Title:
Distrubuted systems - Principles and paradigms

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