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OCCAM- and C-Based Multiprocessor Environments for UNIX Clusters

D. G. Patrick
1997 Computer journal  
These are scalable modular software systems that enable parallel programs to run on clusters of UNIX workstations.  ...  Results con"rm that OCCNIX can execute OCCAM/Transputer binaries over groups of UNIX workstations and has the ability to run development tools such as the ISPY network debugger.  ...  a parallel program on a single processor UNIX workstation using a modi"ed OCCAM compiler.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/40.1.12 fatcat:swgkxmpg6neuvbt2t7sm7unb7u

New Developments in Microprocessor Technology: The INTEL 80386 Microcomputer

W J Pannekoek
1988 Canadian veterinary journal  
UNIX costs (about $1500 for a micro) are similar to those of the LAN solution.  ...  Most of the multi-processor systems use an operating system called UNIX (or ZENIX, which is almost the same) or a proprietary one specific to a single company.  ... 
pmid:17422990 pmcid:PMC1680722 fatcat:h64lrdkg5jfzfm3iobxxw5ytfq

Page 4 of Hewlett-Packard Journal Vol. 37, Issue 12 [page]

1986 Hewlett-Packard Journal  
A large number of tools are also available in a UNIX operating system, including programming languages, text processors, and many more.  ...  The HP-UX Operating System on HP Precision Architecture Computers HP-UX is the technical operating system for HP Precision Architecture processors.  ... 

Page 8 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 24, Issue 1 [page]

1987 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
IMD envisages production of p-code interpreters to enable the [V+V system to run on an appropriate generic operating system such as UNIX, irrespective of the type of the micro- processor employed. 3 HARDWARE  ...  In case, where an existing interpreter needs to be adapted for use with a micro- processor system featuring peripherals not employed pre- viously, one ‘man-mouth’ of work by a system specialist will have  ... 

A Practical Look at Micro-Kernels and Virtual Machine Monitors

Francois Armand, Michel Gien
2009 2009 6th IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference  
An analysis of the fundamental principles behind each approach is presented with a discussion of their impact on existing operating environments, together with practical performance results based on existing  ...  We compare the micro-kernel approach, which has been a popular choice for building embedded operating systems with the Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) or hypervisor approach widely deployed in general purpose  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the whole VirtualLogix team and in particular the systems architects who put into question their years of experience developing micro-kernel based operating  ... 
doi:10.1109/ccnc.2009.4784874 dblp:conf/ccnc/ArmandG10 fatcat:csddcnv24rft5gxnepavosmaea

Benchmarking Internet of things devices

C. P. Kruger, G. P. Hancke
2014 2014 12th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)  
Microbenchmarking was performed using lmbench -a cross platform benchmarking framework for UNIX devices.  ...  The results showed that the selection of the platform processor is a key design requirement and has the most potential to optimise CoAP server performance.  ...  Microbenchmarking was performed using lmbench -a cross platform benchmarking framework for UNIX devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/indin.2014.6945583 dblp:conf/indin/KrugerH14 fatcat:pw75sibffre6hkf43y3ytktf6e

A caching model of operating system kernel functionality

David R. Cheriton, Kenneth J. Duda
1994 Proceedings of the 6th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop Matching operating systems to application needs - EW 6  
Experience with implementing the Cache Kernel and measurements of its performance on a multiprocessor suggest that the caching model can provide competitive performance with conventional monolithic operating  ...  Operating system research has endeavored to develop micro-kernels that provide modularity, reliability and security improvements over conventional monolithic kernels.  ...  If a kernel exceeds its allocation for a given processor, the threads on that processor are reduced to a low priority so that they only run when the processor is otherwise idle.  ... 
doi:10.1145/504390.504414 dblp:conf/sigopsE/CheritonD94 fatcat:pz3gu5blsbhnxjua3p47jk2m4i

A caching model of operating system kernel functionality

David R. Cheriton, Kenneth J. Duda
1994 Proceedings of the 6th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop Matching operating systems to application needs - EW 6  
Experience with implementing the Cache Kernel and measurements of its performance on a multiprocessor suggest that the caching model can provide competitive performance with conventional monolithic operating  ...  Operating system research has endeavored to develop micro-kernels that provide modularity, reliability and security improvements over conventional monolithic kernels.  ...  If a kernel exceeds its allocation for a given processor, the threads on that processor are reduced to a low priority so that they only run when the processor is otherwise idle.  ... 
doi:10.1145/504412.504414 fatcat:h2qkf5lm6jhopgke266ypfbeeq

A caching model of operating system kernel functionality

David R. Cheriton, Kenneth J. Duda
1995 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
Experience with implementing the Cache Kernel and measurements of its performance on a multiprocessor suggest that the caching model can provide competitive performance with conventional monolithic operating  ...  Operating system research has endeavored to develop micro-kernels that provide modularity, reliability and security improvements over conventional monolithic kernels.  ...  If a kernel exceeds its allocation for a given processor, the threads on that processor are reduced to a low priority so that they only run when the processor is otherwise idle.  ... 
doi:10.1145/202453.202476 fatcat:sxfwo7cxxrcz7gqynthm3irkvy

Evaluation of interrupt-handling routines with a logic-state analyser

Phillip John McKerrow
1983 Performance evaluation (Print)  
The interrupt handling routines of the UNIX* operating system, running on a Perkin-Elmer 7/32, were measured before and after major code modification. CLock handLing is used as an example.  ...  Performance improvements included a reduction in the execution time of the common interrupt handler from 654 to 55 microseconds and a consequent reduction in cLock handling time from 842 to 347 micro-seconds  ...  A function caLLed to provide newLine deLay on a Line printer takes 1,068 micro-seconds.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-5316(83)90037-8 fatcat:gpr3gs5f35cd5hjo74nx66jczu

High Speed 32Bit Image Processor System DSPT 9506

Tsukasa Kobayashi, Eiji Osaki, Kohei Horiguchi, Hiroshi Yahiro
1988 IAPR International Workshop on Machine Vision Applications  
These are compatible with Multibus (IEEE-796) or VME bus (IEEE-1014) and mount a large memory and image processor VLSI T9506.  ...  High-speed and flexible 32-Bit Image Processor Boards have been newly developed for such need.  ...  ) and associated circuitry (that can transfer the micro-programs t o T9506) on the processor board. board was then incorporated into a compact, high-speed, high-performance image processor unit.  ... 
dblp:conf/mva/KobayashiOHY88 fatcat:25ztktslbffg3k7twno6zg4aya

Emulation - a useful tool in the development of computer systems

F. A. Salomon, D. A. Tafuri
1982 Annual Simulation Symposium  
Emulation is playing a key role in the development of a BELLMAC*-32A microprocessor-based computer system at Bell Telephone Laboratories.  ...  A powerful debugging tool is available to the emulator developers on the frontend processor to permit single stepping at both the micro and macro level, display and modification of internal registers,  ...  Both sets of tools run on the UNIX* [I] operating system.  ... 
dblp:conf/anss/SalomonT82 fatcat:ocs4u234rjbmhand226jhqmgnq

INTERPROCESS AND INTERPROCESSOR DATA FLOW IN THE KLOE DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM

M. L. FERRER, W. GRANDEGGER, A. MARTINI, H. BEKER, E. VALENTE
1996 Computing in High Energy Physics '95  
It to all consumers on their own processor. As a benefit the same event requested by several tasks on a remote machine travels only once over the network.  ...  With the availability of full UNIX implementations on VME processors and the handling of real time aspects in hardware we need not resort to real time operating systems.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814447188_0086 fatcat:ahnxkhkvx5gvpbl33fe2aieyii

Page 115 of University Computing : The Bulletin of the IUCC Vol. 10, Issue 2 [page]

1988 University Computing : The Bulletin of the IUCC  
This is a direct result of a University-wide decision to standardize on this bus and M68000 microcomputers for all work on 16/32-bit micros.  ...  When the new equipment is installed in July 1988, it will provide Bath with one of the most powerful UNIX systems in a British university.  ... 

Page 195 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

1988 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
I had a suspicion that it mightn’t live up to these. UNIX is a powerful operating system that most common micro- computers cannot fully exploit.  ...  This section gives a useful introduction to these concepts but is not sufficient for (and probably wasn’t intended as) a manual on UNIX. . UNIX Today and Tomorrow.  ... 
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