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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Computer System Engineering
This course was videotaped in Spring 2005 as part of the Singapore-MIT Alliance. Videos of the first three lectures are not available.
Lecture 4: Naming
Lecture 5: Fault isolation with clients and servers
Lecture 6: Virtualization, virtual memory
Lecture 7: Virtual processors: threads and coordination
Lecture 8: Performance
Lecture 9: Introduction to networks
Lecture 10: Layering and link layer
Lecture 11: Network layer, routing
Lecture 12: End-to-end layer
Lecture 13: Congestion control
Lecture 14: Distributed naming
Lecture 15: Reliability
Lecture 16: Atomicity concepts
Lecture 17: Recoverability
Lecture 18: Isolation
Lecture 19: Transactions and consistency
Lecture 20: Multi-site atomicity
Lecture 21: Security introduction
Lecture 22: Authentication
Lecture 23: Authorization and confidentiality
Lecture 24: Advanced authentication
Lecture 25: Complex, trusted systems
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