4190.662A Distributed Information Processing 2017 Fall



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Credits
3
Lecture
Tuesday, Thursday ( ~ ) @ Bldg. 302 #106
Prerequisites
Knowledge of Basics of Software, Systems, and Distributed Processing
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The main goal of this course is to study the basics of research regarding distributed information processing software and systems that transmit, process, and protect information efficiently in order to meet the user requirements of value creation via using information in distributed computing or ubiquitous network environments. Students learn how to perform research to develop technologies needed in such environments, by deeply understanding major distributed information processing and systems issues regarding effective, efficient information protection, utilization, & transmission and performance engineering, and by obtaining relevant skills.


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Topic Lecture Slide Reading Materials
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Introduction Lecture1 HW : Self-Introduction
Send an email to bhyoo & Submit hard copy version in class until 09.07
Fundamentals of Distributed Systems
Lecture2
Lecture3 Lamport78
Lecture4 Chandy85
Lecture5 Kleinrock85
Lecture6 Assignment 1 attachment : as1_util.tar.gz
Lecture7
Lecture8
Distributed Memory File Systems
Lecture9 Assignment 2
Lecture10 Levy90
Lecture10-Supplementary(aboutMidterm)
Lecture11
Other Distributed Systems Topics
Lecture12
Lecture13 Lyyntinen02, Banavar02
Lecture14 Kiefer03
Lecture15 Zhao01, Zhao04
Lecture16 Assignment 3
Lecture17 Coutaz05
Lecture18