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eBook Unix Distributed Programming ePub

eBook Unix Distributed Programming ePub

by Chris Brown

  • ISBN: 0130758965
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Chris Brown
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 385
  • ePub book: 1219 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1487 kb
  • Other: mobi txt rtf lrf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 487

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Chris Brown has written a clear book on the Distributed Progrmming under the UNIX environment.

Chris Brown has written a clear book on the Distributed Progrmming under the UNIX environment. When I started to look into this subject I faced so many barriers cause of lack of clarity and easiness of the other books and materials covering this subject. I would, however, recommend other books (such as Stevens Unix Network Programming and Advanced Programming under the UNIX environment as well as

UNIX Distributed Programming book. Taking a broad view of distributed programming within a UNIX. Details (if other): Cancel.

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Primarily aimed at C programmers, this book takes a broad view of distributed programming within a UNIX environment. It includes many coded examples to illustrate the techniques described - mostly in the form of a complete working program

Primarily aimed at C programmers, this book takes a broad view of distributed programming within a UNIX environment. It includes many coded examples to illustrate the techniques described - mostly in the form of a complete working program. The reader can use these programs as a template or starting point for his or her own applications. Distributed Programing with UNIX" takes the reader through a wide range of issues - from simple pipes to traditional client/server network application to the exploitation of true concurrency and parallelism.

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Goalkicker - Programming Notes for Professionals books. Computer Vision - Dana Ballard, Chris Brown. Distributed systems for fun and profit. Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications - Richard Szeliski. Computer Vision: Models, Learning, and Inference - Simon .

Chris Brown, Unix: Distributed Programming " (Book); McGraw Hill(1993). A very well-written book. The book has several programs to demonstrate the use of inter-process communication mechanisms. It also describes how tasks may be split to have distributed programming. In addition, it has a detailed discussion on client server programming. 13. Craig Hollabaugh, Embedded Linux " (Book); Pearson Education (2002).

Taking a broad view of distributed programming within a UNIX enivronment, this guide explains, compares, and contrasts the underlying support offered by UNIX for manipulating processes for inter-process communication. It covers a wide range of issues--from simple pipes to traditional client/server network applications to the exploitation of true concurrency and parallelism.

Comments

Amis Amis
I originally bought this book back in 1997 and used it to aid my development into writing client server (mostly server) applications running under UNIX.

This book has been heavily used, and many of the server applications I wrote under unix (up until working with windows 3 years ago) using examples from the book on Signals, Pipes and Sockets (while also using Avanced Unix Programming).

Today I dusted off the book as I wanted to write a quick TCP server program using Winsock. I took the example from the book in Sockets and with a couple of very minor tweaks and the stuff to setup winsock I wrote a very simple windows console server application.

OK, some of the commands, like close is closesocket, have changed for windows BUT the majority of code came from the book. This book is still aiding me even today.

This maybe an old book but well worth that cost (and these days its a fraction of the cost I bought it for).
Beahelm Beahelm
Chris Brown has written a clear book on the Distributed Progrmming under the UNIX environment. When I started to look into this subject I faced so many barriers cause of lack of clarity and easiness of the other books and materials covering this subject. I have to admit also that I sometimes decided to give the whole thing up. Fortunately, I came across this book and it revived my hope. It is really a good book to start with and deserves of studying. Particular attention should be paid on Sockets. I would however suggest some matterials on the web which could be covered before reading this book. Many examples have worked for me. The way he provides the code examples (which are in C) is also comprehensive and anyone with experience in C should not have problems with understanding them. I would, however, recommend other books (such as Stevens Unix Network Programming and Advanced Programming under the UNIX environment as well as <in the case of client-server programming> Comer's and Steven's Internetworking with TCP/IP III) to read as a flow-up manuals. One should also test available code (the coplete ones) to have some hands on experience on the subject. Some of the thing did not seem consistent with the author to me.
Yananoc Yananoc
This book has helped me a lot with my assignments in a graduate distributed systems course. Even if you are not familiar with UNIX distributed programming, after reading this book, you will start writing excellent programs for UNIX distributed environment. (You need to be familiar with programming in C)