DS10_Tut_1 - CS3283 Distributed Systems Tutorial on Chapter...

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CS3283 Distributed Systems Tutorial on Chapter 1 Introduction Some main points for further considerations … - What is a distributed system? Your definition Vs. our definitions - The two reasons for moving to distributed systems = > the limitations of centralized computing systems and resource sharing - How does a distributed system improve the system performance? - What are the tradeoffs for resource sharing? - The benefits and costs of distributed systems - Distinguish between multiprocessor systems and multicomputer systems (tightly Vs loosely coupled systems) - Different types of resources sharing in a loosely defined distributed system - Distinguish between networked computers and the computers in a “true” distributed system. - Degrees of openness Vs heterogeneity in DOS and NOS (tradeoffs) - The roles of middleware and how a middleware achieves its roles - What are the problems in managing resources and processes in a distributed system? Readings
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course CS CS3283 taught by Professor Kylam during the Spring '10 term at City University of Hong Kong.

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DS10_Tut_1 - CS3283 Distributed Systems Tutorial on Chapter...

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