Distributed Operating System Experiment (DOSE) Application User's Manual

Distributed Operating System Experiment (DOSE) Application User's Manual

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The Naval Ocean Systems Center (NOSC) initiated Cronus research with Release 1.0 in 1987 (Sullivan and Anderson, 1988). Cronus, a distributed computing environment designed specifically for a command and control environment, was developed for Rome Air Development Center (RADC) and NOSC by BBN Systems and Technologies Corporation. Cronus operates on a variety of different hardwares and runs at the user level above the host's native operating system (Berets and Sands, 1989). the Distributed Operating System Experiment (DOSE) Version 4.0 application was designed and implemented by NOSC to exercise and observe the facilities provided by Cronus. DOSE application demonstrates the ability to map a Navy application onto a distributed system. This document describes the functionalities and capabilities of each component of the unclassified version of the DOSE application. The document also provides instructions on how to run the application in the Cronus environment (Release 1.3 or newer release) and recommended testbed layouts for a demonstration according to the number of host machines being used. The DOSE application is composed of four components: Parser Manager, Track Report Manager, Graphics Map Client, and Database Monitor Client. The scenario used to test and demonstrate the DOSE application is an outer air-battle scenario generated at NOSC. (kr).DOSE application demonstrates the ability to map a Navy application onto a distributed system. This document describes the functionalities and capabilities of each component of the unclassified version of the DOSE application.


Title:Distributed Operating System Experiment (DOSE) Application User's Manual
Author: Manchi J. Gadbois, NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA.
Publisher: - 1990
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