Initialization design for dynamic determination of resources
Baker, Gary Stewart
Schell, Roger L.
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The thesis presents a versatile intitialization design for dynamic determination of physical resources in an adaptive manner for a multi-microprocessor environment. The design is general in nature and represents a structured, functional approach to the initialization process based on the use of dynamic resource mapping, knowledge passing between layered program components, and coordinated interprocessor communication. An implementation of this design is presented for initialization of the Secure Archival Storage System. The hardware architecture utilizes the commercially available, Z8000 based Advanced Micro Computer Am96/4116 Monoboard Computer, configured to support information security.
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