UNIX Network Programming, Volume 2: Interprocess Communications (2nd Edition) This book describes four different forms of IPC in detail:
- message passing (pipes, FIFOs, and message queues),
- synchronization (mutexes, condition variables, read-write locks, file and record locks, and semaphores),
- shared memory (anonymous and named), and
Cellular Mobile Radio Systems: Designing Systems for Capacity Optimization
The idea of the hook was born during the time when the second generation cellular system was looming on the horizon. At that time, the world was divided into three dislincl camps as far as looking for a standard: Europe. North America and japan. It was obvious at the outset that Europe was in favour of a Pan-European Second Generation...
Web Design in a Nutshell : A Desktop Quick Reference This book focuses on the front-end aspects of Web design—HTML authoring, graphics production, and media development. It is not a resource for programming, scripting, or server functions; however, whenever possible, I have tried to provide enough background information on these topics to give designers a level of familiarity with the... Astrocytes in Brain Aging and Neurodegeneration (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit)
256 pages, 67 figures, 6 tables, hardcover This monograph is the first of its kind to focus specifically on the role of astroglia in aging-related human neurodegenerative disorders and experimental models of CNS senescence and degeneration. As such, this volume in the Neuroscience Intelligence Unit Series represents a novel and important...
Constructing Blueprints for Enterprise It Architectures Introduces the principles behind EAB and all of it its features by walking through the entire design process for developing conceptual, functional, logical, & physical blueprints complete with useful icons, diagrams, & page templates. DLC: Management information systems.
Recently deployed within a unit at AT&T, Enterprise...
Piano for Dummies At first glance, a piano may seem like an intimidating instrument that would be very difficult to learn how to play, but despite what your seventh-grade piano teacher may say, playing piano isn't brain surgery. It just takes time, practice, and patience.
Piano For Dummies starts at the very beginning and walks you through...
DNS and BIND You may not know much about the Domain Name System − yet − but whenever you use the Internet, you
use DNS. Every time you send electronic mail or surf the World Wide Web, you rely on the Domain Name
You see, while you, as a human being, prefer to remember the names of computers, computers like to address
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