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December 1976 (vol. 2 no. 4)
pp. 321-328
J.E. Ball, Department of Computer Science, University of Rochester
Rochester's Intelligent Gateway (RIG) system provides convenient access to a wide range of computing facilities. The system includes five large minicomputers in a very fast internal network, disk and tape storage, a printer/plotter and a number of display terminals. These are connected to larger campus machines (IBM 360/65 and DEC KL10) and to the ARPANET. The operating system and other software support for such a system present some interesting design problems. This paper contains a high-level technical discussion of the software designs, many of which will be treated in more detail in subsequent reports.
Index Terms:
resource sharing, Distributed processing, gateway computer, interactive computing, interprocess communication, minicomputers, multiprogramming, operating systems
Citation:
J.E. Ball, J. Feldman, J.R. Low, R. Rashid, P. Rovner, "RIG, Rochester's Intelligent Gateway: System Overview," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 321-328, Dec. 1976, doi:10.1109/TSE.1976.229890
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