- Inter Process Communication
- Process Information
- Process Image
- Process Creation & Termination
- Child Process Monitoring
- Process Groups, Sessions & Job Control
- Process Resources
- Other Processes
- Overlaying Process Image
- Related System Calls (System V)
- System V & Posix
- Named Pipes
- Shared Memory
- Message Queues
- Memory Mapping
Inter Process Communication Tutorial
Inter Process Communication (IPC) refers to a mechanism, where the operating systems allow various processes to communicate with each other. This involves synchronizing their actions and managing shared data. This tutorial covers a foundational understanding of IPC. Each of the chapters contain related topics with simple and useful examples.
This tutorial is designed for beginners who seek to understand the basic concepts of inter process communication and how its different components function.
There are no particular prerequisites for this tutorial, however, a sound knowledge of operating systems and its various concepts will be an added advantage in understanding this tutorial.
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