Notes on Theory of Distributed Systems (James Aspnes)

 
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Notes on Theory of Distributed Systems (James Aspnes)

Our lives are increasingly dependent on distributed systems connecting computers and other gadgets in a seamless and transparent fashion, from mobile phones to the Internet.

Students of computer science and engineering can learn the skills necessary to create and maintain software for distributed applications from this book. It will also be very helpful to software engineers and systems designers who want to comprehend current and upcoming advancements in the industry.

A plethora of contemporary case studies is used to illustrate the design and development of distributed computer systems as well as their guiding concepts, practices, and exciting new advancements. Readers will be able to analyze current distributed systems and create new ones thanks to the breadth of cover.

Models for asynchronous distributed computing systems are among the topics. Basic ideas in topology, geometry, communication, reliability, concurrency and synchronization, time and space complexity, and distributed algorithms.

Ebook Details

Author(s)
About the Authors
Professor James Aspnes works for Yale's department of computer science. He oversees undergraduate studies at the department of computer science. Distributed algorithms are his primary field of study.
License(s)
CC BY-SA 4.0
eBook Format
PDF (516 pages)
Language
English

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