CHORUS Distributed Operating System

  title={CHORUS Distributed Operating System},
  author={Marc Rozier and Vadim Abrossimov and François Armand and Ivan Boule and Michel Gien and Marc Guillemont and F. Herrmann and Claude Kaiser and S. Langlois and P. Leonard and W. Neuhauser},
  journal={Computing Systems},
The Cnonus technology has been designed for building o'new generations" of open, distributed, scalable Operating Systems. CHoRus has the following main characteristics: ¡ Ír comÍ[tnication-based technology, relying on a minimal Nucleus integrating distributed processing and communication at the lowest level, and providing generic services used by a set of subsystem servers to provide extended standard operating system interfaces (a UNIX interface has been developed, others such as OS/2 and… CONTINUE READING
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