Computer storage devices, Computers, Telecommunication systems
This thesis describes a design for a multi-computer communication system using a shared memory. The design is implemented using the Motorola EXORset 30/DS35 development systems. The primary use for the shared memory is to act as a message center similar to a mailbox, where each computer can leave messages for other computers and also pick up messages from other computers. Status word residing in shared memory, called semaphore, are used to indicate the condition of the mailbox. Each computer polls unique semaphores associated with unique message transfers when requesting to send a message or to receive a message.
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Patz, Benjamin W.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Chang, Jane N., "Multi-Computer Communication with Shared Memory" (1985). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4805.
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