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Project Part 3




Continuing with the course project, in this week's assignment, you will study ways of handling concurrent clients.;You also learn about their strengths and complications.;Using the Online Library or the Internet, research the ways of handling concurrent clients.;Consider the following situation;In the distributed books library application, each client on registering itself with the server can serve its books, download books, and browse available books. If a client is registered to serve one or more books, then it acts as a server with a listening port.;Based on your research and readings, continue with the Microsoft Word documents attached below and add a 3- to 4-page report with abstract to complete the following tasks;Discuss how you will design the server in the given situation to handle multiple clients arbitrarily entering and leaving the system? Describe your server design in detail.;Justify your design selection.;Include a simple block diagram to describe the components of your design.;Perl is the language selected for doing this assignment. If you are asked to pick a different language, which language would you choose for implementing your design? How is compared to Perl?;When it comes to implementing your suggested design, describe what the most challenging task is. Why do you think so?;Ensure this week's project output is properly connected to the (implementation of the join list search and download) course project output.;Hint: Consider design choices such as preforking, new-socket-per-client request, and new-process-per-client request.;Criteria for grading;** Suggested a server design for the distributed book library application.;** Justified the design selection.;** Selected a suitable tool and created a block diagram that adequately represented the server design.;** Suggested implementation tools other than Perl.;** Discussed possible implementation challenges for the suggested design.;** Written components.(spelling, grammar, APA format and include abstract);watch out for plagarism;DUE: OCTOBER 13, 2014


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