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The network Unix system

Gregory L. Chesson
1975 Proceedings of the fifth symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '75  
The Network Unix system is noteworthy because of the natural way that network and local functions are merged.  ...  This paper discusses the organization of the NIP currently being used with the Unix operating system on the ARPA network.  ...  Special credit should be given as well to the developers of Unix, Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800213.806522 dblp:conf/sosp/Chesson75 fatcat:72nigs76kzahtjzlc6w24zxbzm

The LiteOS Operating System: Towards Unix-Like Abstractions for Wireless Sensor Networks

Qing Cao, Tarek Abdelzaher, John Stankovic, Tian He
2008 2008 International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (ipsn 2008)  
This paper presents LiteOS, a multi-threaded operating system that provides Unix-like abstractions for wireless sensor networks.  ...  Aiming to be an easy-to-use platform, LiteOS offers a number of novel features, including: (1) a hierarchical file system and a wireless shell interface for user interaction using UNIX-like commands; (  ...  We thank our colleagues and the users of LiteOS who have provided feedback and help to make this system possible.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipsn.2008.54 dblp:conf/ipsn/CaoASH08 fatcat:uq6guxmrv5b7ro4bh25njpbzjq

A Data File Server System for the Geological and Geographical Public Data Using Anonymous ftp and Automatic CD-ROM Exchanger under UNIX Network System
UNIXネットワークにおけるAnonymous ftpとオートチェンジャー式CD-ROMを用いた地質・地形情報のデータファイルサーバーシステム

Kazuaki WATANABE, Harufumi NORO
1994 GEOINFORMATICS  
Using Anonymous ftp and Automatic CD-ROM Exchanger under UNIX Network System Kazuaki  ...  data, we developed a data file server system on the Tsukuba Research Center Network of AIST (Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, MITI).  ... 
doi:10.6010/geoinformatics1990.5.2_71 fatcat:go4rhg3ihvbm7h447fqyn7l4ea

An interactive UNIX shell for low-end sensor nodes with LiteOS

Qing Cao, Tarek Abdelzaher, John Stankovic, Tian He
2007 Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Embedded networked sensor systems - SenSys '07  
applications to retrieval of data reports with the help of a built-in Unix-like file system.  ...  This demonstration highlights an interactive Unix-like shell for operating wireless sensor networks, where the user uses familiar Unix commands to complete tasks ranging from wireless installation of user  ...  systems and networking communities.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1322263.1322305 dblp:conf/sensys/CaoASH07 fatcat:6vsywzq3wzc35dhjzz6kstk42a

A flexible system for vital signs monitoring in hospital general care wards based on the integration of UNIX-based workstations, standard networks and portable vital signs monitors

J P Welch, N Sims, P Ford-Carlton, J B Moon, K West, G Honore, N Colquitt
1991 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
Bedside wall jacks were linked to UNIX-based workstations using standard digital network hardware, creating a flexible system (for general care floors of the hospital) that allowed the number of monitored  ...  The log has allowed the developers to evaluate the use and performance of the system.  ...  The system uses standard network hardware and Unix-based workstation computers.  ... 
pmid:1807720 pmcid:PMC2247644 fatcat:3ylfnvfk5jb6toqeadq655lw64

Network Operating Systems Theme of my lecture today • Technology based on the Internet environment-Computer Technology-Network technology • Computers and network operating systems-Introduction to UNIX operating system • Let's install and configure FreeBSD Before we start WinMX : P2P sharing applications

Kazunori Sugiura
2002 unpublished
-THE system -Operating System Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Performance 10 100 1000 Performance index Hardware (CPU, memory, disks, terminals, NIC) UNIX Operating system (Process management  ...  Difference between Windows and UNIX • Bill Gates technology = Windows ( a.k.a Windoze ) • Based on End users -Fancy windows, user interface • UNIX -Truly network aware operating system •  ...  File and file systems Abstract in recording Records in a block. Information of 1) Names 2) Places 3) Amounts 4) Security 5) Information  ... 
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Software Reviews

T.G. Lewis
1985 IEEE Software  
Most contemporary networks are file-server networks, so Unix is a logical choice for these fileserver systems.  ...  Networking. The multitasking capability of Unix can be used for other things besides windowing. One of the most likely candidates is networking.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.1985.230055 fatcat:64dd2fbxlzg3bfscaedu2eihy4

The Newcastle Connection or Unixes of the World Unite [chapter]

David R. Brownbridge, Lindsay F. Marshall, Brian Randell
2001 Classic Operating Systems  
indistinguishable at both the user and the program level from a conventional singleprocessor UNIX system.  ...  In this paper we describe a software subsystem that can be added to each of a set of physically interconnected UNIX or UNIX look-alike systems, so as to construct a distributed system which is functionally  ...  A special acknowledgement is obviously due to the creators of that famous Registered Footnote of Bell Laboratories, UNIX, much of whose external characteristics, if not detailed internal design, deserve  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-3510-9_24 fatcat:7xvtults3vcczb4i2fok55gtoe

The newcastle connection or UNIXes of the world unite!

D. R. Brownbridge, L. F. Marshall, B. Randell
1982 Software, Practice & Experience  
indistinguishable at both the user and the program level from a conventional singleprocessor UNIX system.  ...  In this paper we describe a software subsystem that can be added to each of a set of physically interconnected UNIX or UNIX look-alike systems, so as to construct a distributed system which is functionally  ...  A special acknowledgement is obviously due to the creators of that famous Registered Footnote of Bell Laboratories, UNIX, much of whose external characteristics, if not detailed internal design, deserve  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.4380121206 fatcat:plgrpb6cafetdashejqdflioge

The Newcastle Connection or UNIXes of the World Unite! [chapter]

D. R. Brownbridge, L. F. Marshall, B. Randell
1985 Reliable Computer Systems  
indistinguishable at both the user and the program level from a conventional singleprocessor UNIX system.  ...  In this paper we describe a software subsystem that can be added to each of a set of physically interconnected UNIX or UNIX look-alike systems, so as to construct a distributed system which is functionally  ...  A special acknowledgement is obviously due to the creators of that famous Registered Footnote of Bell Laboratories, UNIX, much of whose external characteristics, if not detailed internal design, deserve  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-82470-8_38 fatcat:lf2re6fuzbhhdlktviyzvinib4

Use of UNIX in large online processor farms

Joseph R. Biel
1990 AIP Conference Proceedings  
There has been a recent rapid increase in the power of RISC computers running the UNIX operating system.  ...  Issues involved in constructing online UNIX farms are discussed.  ...  The crate is essentially a network of UNIX processors with VME taking the place of the more common Ethernet network connection.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.39580 fatcat:w5ifbg7rljbtddcaqu6pfafhfy

UNIX and Security: The Influences of History

Eugene H. Spafford
1995 Information Systems Security  
Some suggestions are made of approaches to help increase the security of your system, and of the Unix community.  ...  Instead, the blame lies partially with the traditional use of Unix and partially with the poor security consciousness of its users.  ...  But perhaps the most important of the Berkeley improvements was the 4.2 Unix networking software, which made it easy to connect Unix computers to local area networks. (Note the stress on local.)  ... 
doi:10.1080/10658989509342510 fatcat:2j6h5eo3fjbdhpaxkkbqlroz54

Page 46 of University Computing : The Bulletin of the IUCC Vol. 11, Issue 1 [page]

1989 University Computing : The Bulletin of the IUCC  
The 1988 procurement has an even wider operational requirement and has provided the oppor- tunity for Bath to set up a coherent University network based wholly on UNIX.  ...  Rob Whetnall of the CCTA talked about the performance of UNIX systems and began by pointing out the problem of assessing any operating system, especially when available on a wide range of machines (PCs  ... 

5. Conceiving Open Systems [chapter]

2020 Two Bits  
Open Systems Two: Networks The struggle to standardize UNIX as a platform for open systems was not the only opensystems struggle; alongside the UNIX wars, another "religious war" was raging.  ...  of the UNIX operating system.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780822389002-008 fatcat:f3sv76p3k5hm3hqyq2gbmxhcaq

Extending Unix for scalable computing

E.P. DeBenedictis, S.C. Johnson
1993 Computer  
Applying the Unix operating system to a parallel environment may be the answer. Parallel programming. Advancing technology makes parallel processing less explicit.  ...  A log (n + III) stage communications networkS 11l1ows the PEs and the 110 devices to communicate (one vendorZ uses an (II + /1/) • slage nel-November 1993 OOI8-YI6lJ9)/II(ll).OOl,lSOl.OO 0 1993 IEEE References  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Mike del Rosario of Ncube for doing the cooing for much of the 110 sySlem and all the pcrfomlance \rials.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.241425 fatcat:tair7w2enfbwhdvtdzx7e3kjeu
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