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CSI3344 Distributed Systems
Credit Points: 15
CSG2343 Operating Systems
CSG2343 Operating Systems
CSP1150 Programming Principles
This unit provides the principles and practice underlying the design of distributed systems. Issues encountered in the design of distributed systems are addressed, successful approaches in the form of abstract models, algorithms and some case studies are described; and distributed applications in the future using wireless and spontaneous networking are discussed. The focus is mainly on conveying conceptual knowledge of distributed systems with some practical aspects being addressed.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
V31Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing)
SMNETCInternet Computing 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMCNETInternet Computing 8 Unit Supporting Major
MINETCInternet Computing Minor
STNETCInternet Computing Major
MANETCInternet Computing Major
MACSMCMobile Computing Major
MACSMCMobile Computing Major
SMMOBCMobile Computing 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIMOBCMobile Computing Minor
MIMCOMMobile Computing Minor
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004