Input/Output System of Minicomputers

Input/Output System of Minicomputers
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Utgivelsesår 1989
Forlag World Scientific Publishing Co
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9789812812377
Sider 368
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Om Input/Output System of Minicomputers

This book gives a complete and systematic account of the I/O software system of minicomputers, the writing of new drivers and privileged processes to perform I/O operations. This book should be ideal for researchers and professionals who have a general understanding of the nature of programming and assembly language. It enables the readers to transfer their expertise readily to other computers and also prepares them for employment as I/O software engineers.Contents:Functions of a DriverQIO Directive Formats and Synchronization ModesMemory Management and Address MappingComponents of Drivers and Their ClassificationSystem Pool and Related Questions of System GenerationInterrupt Processing of DriversCase Study — Line Printer Driver LPDRVPre-Processing and Post- Processing of QIO RequestsLinking and Debugging of DriversPrivileged Processes for I/O OperationsApplication of an ACPGeneral Characteristics of an ACPEnable and Disable Operations of an ACPCase Study — NDACP for Name List and DQ Cell List ProcessingSystem Services Available to I/O OperationsFile Control Services FCSReadership: Software systems managers, control engineers using computers for process control, engineers designing computer interface systems and students of control engineering and computer science.Key Features:First time in literature: a comprehensive treatment of the generalized functionals of fundamental stochastic processes such as Brownian motion, fractional Brownian motion and Levy processes is presented based on functional analysis and topologyFirst time in literature: the notion of vector measures with values in the space of Wiener– Ito distributions is introduced. Results presented are provided with rigorous, clear and concise proof based on functional analysisAbstract results are illustrated by extensive and nontrivial applications to stochastic differential equations, inverse problems (identification), linear and nonlinear filtering and problems from physical sciences including stochastic Navier– Stokes equations


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