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Author Ben-Ari, M., 1948-

Title Principles of concurrent and distributed programming / M. Ben-Ari.

Published New York : Prentice Hall, 1990.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM ERC  004.36 BEN    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 225 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Prentice-Hall international series in computer science.
Prentice-Hall international series in computer science.
Notes includes index.
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 218-221.
Summary This book provides an introduction to concurrent programming focusing on general principles and not on specific systems. This book is divided into three parts and includes a set of appendices. Part 1, Concurrent Programming, covers classical concurrent programming. Part II, Distributed Programming, discussed distributed programming and the programming languages Ada, occam and Linda. This is followed by several chapters on distributed algorithms. Part III, Implementation Principles, discusses principles of the implementation of concurrency. A unique feature is the treatment of concurrent programming in real-time systems.
Subject Parallel processing (Electronic computers)
Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing.
ISBN 013711821X $31.95