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Distributed Systems

Fall 2004

Tuesday, 09:00~11:45, New Science Building Room 505

Last Updated: 2004/12/13

 

1. Object of Class

▽ Introduction the principles and paradigm of Distributed Systems.

▽ Design and implementation of some topics that are challengeable issues in Distributed Systems.

 

2. Content of Subjects

 The course will cover virious subjects that include communication, process, naming, synchronization, consistency and replication, fault tolerance and security.

 

3. Text Book

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▽ Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms

▽ by Andrew S. Tanenbaum and Maarten van Steen Prentice Hall, New Jersey

▽ 2002

▽ ISBN: 0-13-088893-1

 

 

3. Instructor

Dr. Sungyoung Lee

E-mail

Web Site

Telephone

Office

sylee@oslab.khu.ac.kr

http://oslab.khu.ac.kr

031-201-2514

Science Building Room 330

 

4. Grading Policy

Mid Term and Final

Presentation

Term Project

50%

20%

30%

 

5-1. Schedule

1

Introduction of CAMUS

2

Introduction of Distributed System

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3

Wireless Sensor Networks

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4

Middleware in Communications

 

5

Sementic Methodology in Distributed System

 

6

Sensor Networks

 

7

Grid Computiny

 

8

Synchronization in Distributed System

 

9

Fault Tolearnce in Distributed System
 

10

Communication, Process, Naming

 
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5-2. Additional Resources

1

Chapter 1. Introduction

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2

Chapter 2. Mobile Computing Middleware

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3

Chapter 3. Process

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4

Chapter 4. Naming

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5

Chapter 5. Synchronization

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6

Chapter 6-1. Consistency Replication

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7

Chapter 6-2. Mobile & Grid Computing

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8

Summary for Chapter 6

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9

Chapter 7. Fault Tolerance

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6. Miscellaneous

▽ Major part of class will be performed by presentation of the attending students. Therefore the students must prepare the presentation materials in advance. The student's presentation will start at 4th week of class.

▽ The students must implement at least one term project which can be done by her/himself, or by a team (2-3 students). The students must submit a title of project to an instructor by the 3rd week of September. The subject must be one that will be covered by class, or that is closely related to Distributed Systems, Ubiquitous Computing, and Distributed real-time systems.

 

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