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To make this notoriously difficult subject accessible, ‘Distributed Computing; Fundamentals, Simulations, and Advanced Topics; Second Edition’, provides a solid introduction to the mathematical foundations and My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Fundamentals, Simulations, and Advanced Topics.
Hagit AttiyaJennifer Welch. The explosive growth of distributed computing systems makes understanding them imperative. To make this notoriously difficult subject accessible, ‘Distributed Computing; Fundamentals, Simulations, and Advanced Topics; Second Edition’, provides a solid introduction to the mathematical foundations and theory of distributed computing, highlighting common themes and basic techniques.
The authors present the fundamental issues underlying the design of distributed systems – communication, coordination, synchronization, and uncertainty – as well as fundamental algorithmic concepts and lower-bound techniques. Selected pages Title Page.
Distributed Computing: Fundamentals, Simulations, and Advanced Topics, 2nd Edition
Other editions – View all Distributed Computing: Distributed Computing Jennifer L. Welch No preview available – Popular passages Page 2 – each computing entity can only be aware of information that it acquires, it has only a local view of the global situation.
Computing entities can fail independently, leaving some components operational while others are not. The explosive growth of distributed systems makes it imperative to understand how to overcome these difficulties.
Garg Limited preview – Sinceshe has taught in the Department of Computer Science at the Technion, Haifa—Israel’s leading technological university. She has published widely in leading journals and has served on the program committees for many international conferences, including chairing the program committee for the ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing.
She has published numerous technical papers on the theory of distributed computing and has served on the program committees for several international conferences on the subject, including chairing the program committees for the ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing and the International Symposium on Distributed Computing.
She has also received several teaching awards.