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Publication years1985-1992
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November 1992 WDAG '92: Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Distributed Algorithms
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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September 1992 EW 5: Proceedings of the 5th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop: Models and paradigms for distributed systems structuring
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ISIS [1], developed at Cornell University, is a system for building applications consisting of cooperating, distributed processes. Group management and group communication are two basic building blocks provided by ISIS. ISIS has been very successful, and there is currently a demand for a version that will run on many different ...

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April 1992 Proceedings of the Workshop on Micro-kernels and Other Kernel Architectures
Publisher: USENIX Association
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January 1992
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In this thesis, we present new protocols that provide reliable ordered multicasts to multiple overlapping process groups in the presence of failures. Our protocols provide two kinds of message delivery ordering--causal ordering and total ordering. Message delivery is also ordered with respect to the observation of group membership changes, a ...
Keywords: process groups, message delivery, virtual synchrony

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August 1991 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS): Volume 9 Issue 3, Aug. 1991
Publisher: ACM
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Keywords: fault-tolerant process groups, message ordering, multicast communication

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April 1991 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review: Volume 25 Issue 2, April 1991
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We begin by outlining a new protocol that efficiently implements a reliable, causally ordered multicast primitive and is easily extended into a totally ordered one. Since measurements show that the dominant cost of this protocol is message transport, the design of a lower level multicast transport protocol is discussed. The ...

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February 1991
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In this thesis, we present new protocols that provide reliable ordered multicasts to multiple overlapping process groups in the presence of failures. Our protocols provide two kinds of message delivery ordering causal ordering and total ordering. Message delivery is also ordered with respect to the observation of group membership changes, ...

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September 1990 EW 4: Proceedings of the 4th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop
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We begin by outlining a new protocol that efficiently implements a reliable, causally ordered multicast primitive and is easily extended into a totally ordered one. Since measurements show that the dominant cost of this protocol is message transport, the design of a lower level multicast transport protocol is discussed. The ...

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March 1990
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A new protocol is presented that efficiently implements a reliable, causally ordered multicast primitive and is easily extended into a totally ordered one. Intended for use in the ISIS toolkit, it offers a way to bypass the most costly aspects of ISIS while benefiting from virtual synchrony. The facility scales ...

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August 1986
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We consider loosely coupled distributed computing systems in which processes interact through shared resources, which are modeled as bulletin boards. The first part of the paper formalizes the notion of consistent behavior when unreliable processes concurrently access a bulletin board. This model is interesting both as a tool for showing ...

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May 1986
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Reliable Broadcast is a mechanism by which a processor in a distributed system disseminates a value to all other processors in the presence of both communication and processor failures. Protocols to achieve Reliable Broadcast are at the heart of most fault-tolerant applications. We characterize the execution time of Reliable Broadcast ...

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December 1985
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In the Reliable Broadcast Problem, a processor disseminates a value to all other processors in a distributed system where both processors and communication components are subject to failures. We prove lower bounds for the execution time of any reliable broadcast protocol in distributed systems with arbitrary communication networks. Our results ...



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