Memorias de investigación
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A Timing Assumption and a -Resilient Protocol for Implementing an Eventual Leader Service in Asynchronous Shared Memory Systems
Year:2007

Research Areas
  • Programming language

Information
Abstract
While electing an eventual common leader, despite process crashes, in a shared memory system where the processes communicate only by reading and writing shared registers is possible when the processes progress synchronously, this problem becomes impossible to solve as soon as the processes can progress in a fully asynchronous way. So, an important problem consists in finding additional behavioral assumptions that are, at the same time, ¿as weak as possible¿ (in order they are practically always satisfied), and ¿strong enough¿ in order to allow implementing an eventual leader service despite the net effect of asynchrony and failures. This paper focuses on this dilemma.
International
Si
Congress
10th IEEE Int. Symp. on Object/component/service-oriented Real Time Distributed Computing (ISORC 2007)
960
Place
Santorini, Greece
Reviewers
Si
ISBN/ISSN
0-7695-2765-5
Start Date
07/05/2007
End Date
09/05/2007
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Participants
  • Autor: Antonio Fernández Anta Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
  • Autor: Guilles Trédan INRIA-IRISA
  • Autor: Jose Ernesto Jimenez Merino UPM
  • Autor: Michel Raynal INRIA-Universidad de Rennes

Research Group, Departaments and Institutes related
  • Creador: Grupo de Investigación: Distributed Systems Labs (LSD) Laboratorio de sistemas distribuidos
  • Departamento: Arquitectura y Tecnología de Computadores (E.U. Informática)