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This manual describes how to use the CTIX Message System for interprocess communication in a distributed application program. The CTIX Message System is a package of message-passing facilities developed by the Concurrent Systems Group of the Department of Computer Science at Washington University, It provides a process-to-process asynchronous, buffered communication medium. The package is implemented on a network of Convergent Technologies (CT) MiniFrame workstations. These workstations support the CTIX (the Ct's version of UNIX System V) operating system and the TCP/IP network protocols.
Cunningham, H. Conrad; Ehlers, Michael E.; and Cox, Kenneth C., "CTIX Message System User's Manual Version 1.0" Report Number: WUCS-88-10 (1988). All Computer Science and Engineering Research.
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