Issue No.02 - March (1983 vol.9)
null Duen-Ping Tsay , Wang Laboratories, Inc.
This paper presents the framework and model of a network operating system (NOS) called MIKE for use in distributed systems in general and for use in the Distributed Double-Loop Computer Network (DDLCN) in particular. MIKE, which stands for Multicomputer Integrator KErnel, provides system-transparent operation for users and maintains cooperative autonomy among local hosts.
synchronization, Computer networks, distributed computing systems, interprocess communication, network operating systems, network protocols, protection, resource sharing
null Duen-Ping Tsay, M.T. Liu, "MIKE: A Network Operating System for the Distributed Double-Loop Computer Network", IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol.9, no. 2, pp. 143-154, March 1983, doi:10.1109/TSE.1983.236459