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Client-Server Architecture

  • Keir Davis
  • John W. Turner
  • Nathan Yocom

Abstract

A network server application that can handle only one client at a time isn’t very useful. For example, consider an IRC chat application wherein only one client could connect to an IRC chat server at a time. How much fun would it be to chat with yourself? A server is typically required to handle multiple clients simultaneously.

Keywords

Shared Memory Parent Process Multiple Client Child Process Incoming Connection 
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© Keir Davis, John W. Turner, Nathan Yocom 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Keir Davis
  • John W. Turner
  • Nathan Yocom

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