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Modular system architecture is introduced in Chapter 2 and device handling and communications in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 gives detailed concrete basis for the process abstraction. Besides the object oriented paradigm and overview of hardware system components, there is analysis of the processes, memory and file management in subsequent Chapters Afterwords the distributed systems are introduced in Chapter 7 with their fundamental properties and time and naming in more details. A special Chapter on system security is included as Chapter 8.

The second part of the book is upgrade for concurrent and distributed systems giving aspects for advanced course in Operating systems, covering topics about network and distributed operating system concepts.

Operating Systems: Concurrent and Distributed Software Design

This part covers concurrency control in main memory, focusing on concurrency control in operating systems and application-level systems and exploring inter-process communication in the context of distributed system design. It covers system structure and low level synchronization with implementation and algorithms.

Inter-process communication is analyzed within the shared memory and distributed concepts. Chapter 9 discusses the mayor division between processes which share memory, running in a common address space. The lowest level support for process interactions relevant to computer architecture is concerned in Chapter The following two Chapters build on lowest level to create algorithms and language primitives that have been introduced into high-level concurrent programming languages. Chapter 13 compares inter-process communication within systems where shared memory is available and where it is not, while the Chapter 14 covers the distributed inter-process communication for processes which inhabit separate address spaces covering the pipes and message passing mechanisms.

Special Chapters 15 and 16 are included on crashes and distributed inter-process communications with remote procedure calls.

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Third part concerns transactions, demonstrating the general applicability of concurrent composite operations. Topics included are composite operations, resource allocation and deadlock, concurrency control and recovery.


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Chapter 17 introduces the problems and defines the context for this study. Chapter 18 discusses the desirability of dynamic resource allocation and the consequent possibility of system deadlock. Composite operation execution in the presence of concurrency and crashes are discussed in Chapter Abstract data object model is build up with definitions of fundamental properties of transactions.

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Concurrency control and crash recovery are topics of Chapters 20 and The final two Chapters 22 and 23 are dedicated for distributed transactions and computations, with details on methods implementing concurrency control, two-phase commit protocol, validation protocol and basic algorithms.