Computing with cells and atoms : an introduction to quantum, by Cris Calude, Gheorghe Paun

By Cris Calude, Gheorghe Paun

On the turning of the millennium, a swap in computing know-how is forecasted and hunted for. major instructions of analysis, either in line with rather unconventional principles are so much promising - quantum computing and molecular computing. within the previous few years, either one of those equipment were intensely investigated. the current publication is the 1st "friendly" presentation of simple principles in those fascinating parts. the fashion is rigorous, yet with no getting into over the top technicalities. equivalent consciousness is paid to the most useful effects pronounced thus far and the most theoretical advancements. The booklet is written for the proficient layman and is self-contained, together with all of the priceless proof from arithmetic, laptop technology, biology and quantum mechanics.

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Although UNIX has concepts such as processes and threads, which are analogous to z/OS concepts such as address spaces and tasks, many significant differences exist. For example, in UNIX, files are byte-oriented streams of data, but in z/OS, files (data sets) are record oriented. Within z/OS, you have a complete UNIX environment with z/OS UNIX System Services. This UNIX environment is integrated with the “traditional” z/OS environment. For example, you can access a z/OS UNIX file from a batch job and you can access a data set from a z/OS UNIX application.

Lines that do not contain those slashes, such as the last two lines in this job, are usually embedded input files. //TSOJOB JOB CLASS=A,NOTIFY=&SYSUID,MSGCLASS=H This line is the job header. It defines a job called TSOJOB. The CLASS parameter specifies the job’s priority, the maximum amount of resources the job is allowed to consume, and so on. A is a good default in most installations, at least for the short jobs we’ll use in this book. The NOTIFY parameter specifies that a user should be notified when the job ends.

The first person has to create the RACF user, and the second person has to connect the user to the group. 22. To review their meanings, click F1 to see context-sensitive help. The bottom three options, SPECIAL, OPERATIONS, and AUDITOR, enable you to define a user as a group administrator. Chapter 6, “Limited-Authority RACF Administrators,” explains this in detail. 2, “Displaying a Group,” to verify that MYUSER was added to OMVS correctly. This concludes the exercises for this chapter. By this point, you should be able to create and modify users and groups.

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