Operating Systems Engineering: Proceedings of the 14th IBM Computer Science Symposium Amagi, Japan, October 1980 by M. MaekawaOperating Systems Engineering: Proceedings of the 14th IBM Computer Science Symposium Amagi, Japan, October 1980 by M. Maekawa

Operating Systems Engineering: Proceedings of the 14th IBM Computer Science Symposium Amagi, Japan…

EditorM. Maekawa

Paperback | September 1, 1982

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Title:Operating Systems Engineering: Proceedings of the 14th IBM Computer Science Symposium Amagi, Japan…Format:PaperbackDimensions:465 pagesPublished:September 1, 1982Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540116044

ISBN - 13:9783540116042

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Table of Contents

Synchronization mechanisms for parallel processing.- A parallel programming language and description of scheduler.- Specification of schedulers with algebraic specification techniques.- Generalized dynamic authorization mechanisms.- Program behavior and its models.- CPU scheduling for effective multiprogramming.- Dynamic tuning of operating systems.- On pseudo workload for performance measurement of interactive systems.- Modifiability of large software systems.- Operating system conceptual model for ease of extension.- Perspective of OS interface to users.- Intelligent console a universal user interface of a computer system.- Structuring distributed programs with control fault detection.- A distributed operating system for a binary tree multiprocessor.- Gamma-net: Computer network coupled by 100 MBPS optical fiber ring bus -system planning and ring bus subsystem description-.- Product validation for standardized network protocol.- Protection and synchronisation in a message-switched system.- On the progress of communication between two machines.- Form transformer -a formalism for office form manipulation-.- Automated design of concurrent process systems.- Concurrent programming.- Streams and managers.