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CS 6200 - Distributed System Design


3 credits

Examines advanced design concepts related to development of distributed software systems. Students learn how to model and evaluate communication protocols and study techniques for time coordination, distributed process synchronization, object replication and migration, and distributed transaction processing. Students also learn about Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).

Prerequisite/Restriction: 3.0 GPA; grade of B- or better in CS 5200  and enrollment in Computer Science master’s or PhD program.

Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Spring



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