Objectives of operating system for parallel computer, Computer Networking


After going through this part you will be sure to explain the features of software and operating systems for parallel computers.

In particular you should be able to explain the following:

  • parallel programming environment characteristics;
  • various additional requirements imposed at OS level for parallel computer systems;
  • multitasking environment, and
  • features of Parallel UNIX.


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