A distributed operating system design and dictionary/directory for the Stock Point Logistics Integrated Communications Environment
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Dolk, Daniel R.
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The problems and opportunities involved with designing and using distributed systems are discussed. This is followed by presenting a paradigm for the distributed system design process. The paradigm is then applied to the design of a distributed operating system for SPLICE. The major interface between user and operating system is provided by the dictionary/directory system.
NPS Report NumberNPS54-83-015
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