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Distributed Systems: Design Concepts
Author(s): Sunil Kumar

ISBN:    978-81-8487-409-9 
Publication Year:   2017
Pages:   332
Binding:   Paper Back
Dimension:   160mm x 240mm
Weight:   470


About the book

DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS involves multiple computers’ processing data and communicating the results to each other, such as in electronic banking or online gaming, where the users are geographically separated. The landscape of distributed systems has changed many times over the previous decades and it’s become an integral part of everyday‘s life, with the development of mobile and ubiquitous computing, web applications, social networks, peer-to-peer systems, loT, wireless sensor networks and so on. Writing applications for such systems has become increasingly difficult. This book focuses is on the designing principles of distributed computing and communication networks. The topics covered includes, Design Issues & Challenges, Models and Protocols in Communication Networks, Mobile Computing and Autonomous Systems, Design and Analysis of Distributed Algorithms, Distributed Databases, Distributed Deadlock Detection, Design Techniques for Fault Tolerance Computing, Distributed Resource Management, Replication and other important concepts.

Table of Contents

Preface / Acknowledgements / Characterization of Distributed Systems / System Models / Theoretical Foundations for Distributed System / Distributed Mutual Exclusion / Distributed Deadlock Detection / Agreement Protocols / Distributed Resource Management / Distributed Shared Memory / Failure Recovery in Distributed Systems / Fault Tolerance / Transactions and Concurrency Control / Distributed Transactions / Replication / Other Important Concept / Index.


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