Issue No. 12 - December (1980 vol. 29)
L.D. Wittle , Department of Computer Science, State University of New York
MICROS is the distributed operating system for the MICRONET network computer. MICRONET is a reconfigurable and extensible network of 16 loosely coupled LSI-11 microcomputer nodes, connected by packet-switching interfaces to pairs of high-speed shared communication buses. MICROS simultaneously supports many users, each running multicomputer parallel programs. MICROS is intended for control of network computers of thousands of nodes.
reconfigurable parallel computer, Concurrent Pascal, distributed operating system, management hierarchy, message-passing system, MICRONET/ MICROS, multimicrocomputer, network computer, packet-switching network
A. Van Tilborg and L. Wittle, "Micros, A Distributed Operating System for Micronet, A Reconfigurable Network Computer," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 29, no. , pp. 1133-1144, 1980.