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
M. Liu and n. Duen-Ping Tsay, "MIKE: A Network Operating System for the Distributed Double-Loop Computer Network," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 9, no. , pp. 143-154, 1983.