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In this paper we discuss the issues involved in debugging a provide distributed computing system. We describe the major differences between debugging a distributed system and debugging a sequential program. We suggest a methodology for distributed debugging, and we propose various tools or aids.
The Stock Assessment Subcommittee (SAS) held a workshop on January 3 rd , 4 th , and 5 th to review and discuss models used to estimate horseshoe crab population status and trends. The Technical Committee (TC) met immediately after the SAS on January 5 th and 6 th to discuss the results of the SAS workshop and management options for draft Addendum IV. Both… (More)
The use of Data Base Management Systems as a teaching tool in Data Management classes is described. Several alternate student-use DBMS are evaluated including GPLAN, IDBS, WAND, and DL/S. DL/S, developed at Temple University, is a limited subset of IMS designed for classroom use. However, the limitations do not prevent the student from learning how to… (More)