CSCI 5673/ECEN 5673: Distributed Systems
• Name: Shivakant Mishra
• Office: ECCR 1B05 G.
• Office Hours: TBD
• Phone: (303) 492-4686.
• Email: mishras AT cs DOT colorado DOT e-d-u
Teaching Assistant and Graders
A distributed system is comprised of multiple computing devices interconnected with one another via a loosely-connected network. Almost all computing systems and applications today are distributed in nature for a variety of reasons, including resource sharing, fault tolerance, performance, security and geography. This course provides an in-depth coverage of the underlying principles and practices involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of a distributed system. The course will be divided into two parts. The first part will focus on the foundations of distributed system design, and the second part will focus on the current, state-of-the-art distributed systems technologies, including Internet-based services as well as distributed services built using small, mobile computing devices.
• CSCI 5273 or a course in Computer Networks.
Š Selected papers from literature.
Š CSCI 5673–Mishra–Distributed Systems at http://moodle.cs.colorado.edu
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