Lecture 6: Big Data & MapReduce
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Lecture 2: Models of Distributed
What is a Distributed System
A DS model addresses:
What are the main entities?
How do they interact?
What characteristics affect th
Queueing Theory and Fundamentals:
Queueing Theory & Fundamentals
System and Algorithm Performance Assessment
Probability and Stochastic Process Theory
The Poisson Process
Lecture 5: Distributed File Systems
NFS, AFS and GFS
A file is a collection of data with a user view (file
structure) and a physical view (blocks).
A directory is a file th
Lecture 3: Reviews on Concepts and
Designs of Distributed Objects
and Remote Invocation
Applies to all of the following:
Internet protocols mask the differences
Lecture 4: Transactions and
Sequences of operations that forms a single
step, transforming the server data from one
consistent state to another.
Wright State University
Computer Science and Engineering Department
HW#2: CEG7370 Distributed Computing
(No Submission Required)
* Briefly explain your answer. Use up to 3 sentences!
Problem 1. Distributed System Performance analysis