Design, implementation and evaluation of an operating system for a network of transputers
Cordeiro, Mauricio de Menezes
Kodres, Uno R.
Davis, Daniel L.
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This thesis presents the Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an Operating System for a Network of Transputers, with main focus on the Communication Subsystem. It also introduces the novice to the Transputer Development System (TDS) and suggests a sequence for developing applications. All the programs and examples in this thesis were implemented in the OCCAM1 Programming Language, and using the Transputer Development System (TDS-D600), running under the VAX/VNS Operating System at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS).
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