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Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast

Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast

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Published by Cornell University, Dept. of Computer Science, National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Ithaca, N.Y, [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Distributed databases.,
  • Fault-tolerant computing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKenneth Birman, Andre Schiper, Pat Stephenson.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-187976., Technical report / Cornell University. Dept. of Computer Science -- TR 91-1192., Technical report (Cornell University. Dept. of Computer Science) -- TR 91-1192.
    ContributionsSchiper, André, 1949-, Stephenson, Pat., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency., Ames Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination45 p.
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17679732M

      A.D. Kshemkalyani, M. SinghalNecessary and sufficient conditions on information for causal message ordering and their optimal solution Distributed Comput., . Causal Atomic Broadcast Revisited – Define group composition according to messages delivered Lightweight Causal and Atomic Multicast. K.P. Birman, A. .

    Lightweight Causal and Atomic Group Multicast. ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, 9(3), August 5 M. Blaze. Caching in Large-Scale Distributed File Systems. Technical Report TR, Princeton University, January 6 M. Carey, M. Franklin, and M. Zaharioudakis. Fine-Grained Sharing in a Page Server OODBMS.   An optimal causal message ordering algorithm was recently proposed by Kshemkalyani and Singhal, and its optimality was proved theoretically. For a system of n processes, although the space complexity of this algorithm was shown to be O(n 2) integers, it was expected that the actual space overhead would be much less than n 2.

    Ken Birman, "The process group approach to reliable distributed computing", Communications of the ACM, 36(12), pp, K. Birman, A. Schiper and P. Stephenson, "Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast", ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, 9(3), August RTP (Draft RFC of the IETF AVT Working Group) K. Birman, A. Schiper, P. Stephenson, "Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast" S. Floyd, V. Jacobson, C. Liu, S. McCanne, L. Zhang, "A Reliable Multicast Framework for Ligh-Weight Sessions and Application Level Framing" D. Mills, "Improved Algorithms for Synchronizing Computer Network Clocks" XV.


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9, No. 3 Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast article Lightweight causal and atomic group multicastAuthor: BirmanKenneth, SchiperAndré, StephensonPat. Lightweight Causal and Atomic Group Multicast. INTRODUCTION The ISIS Toolkit The ISIS toolkit provides a variety of tools for building software in loosely coupled distributed environments.

The system has been successful in address- ing problems of distributed consistency, cooperative distributed algorithms and fault-tolerance. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The ISIS toolkit is a distributed programming environment based on virtually synchronous process groups and group communication We present a new family of protocols in support of this model Our approach revolves around a multicast primitive, called CBCAST, which implements fault-tolerant, causally ordered.

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Lightweight Causal and Atomic _> Group Multicast* Oo C/-_ Kenneth Birman Andre Schiper Pat Stephenson TR February Department of Computer Science Cornell University Ithaca, NY *This work was supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DoD) under DARPA/NASA subcontract NAG administered by the NASA.

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Kenneth Birman @ Cornell, Andre Schiper @ Switzerland, Pat Stephenson @ Cornell. ACM Trans. on Computer Systems 1. Introduction. Why multicast is important. In message passing system--synchronization by messaging, multicast is the most complex form of messaging.

Birman K., Schiper A., Stephenson P., Lightweight Causal and Atomic Group Multicast, ACM Trans. on Computer Systems, 9(3) (August Fünfrocken S. () A non-blocking lightweight implementation of causal order message delivery.

In: Birman K.P., Mattern F., Schiper A. (eds) Theory and Practice in Distributed Systems. eBook Packages. Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast. By Kenneth P. Birman, Andre Schiper and Pat Stephenson. Abstract. The ISIS toolkit is a distributed programming environment based on support for virtually synchronous process groups and group communication.

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