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Graceful quorum reconfiguration in a robust emulation of shared memory

B. Englert, A.A. Shvartsman
Proceedings 20th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems  
A robust emulation of atomic single-writer/multi-reader registers in message-passing systems was developed by Attiya, Bar-Noy and Dolev (1995).  ...  Providing shared-memory abstraction in messagepassing systems often simplifies the development of distributed algorithms and allows for the reuse of sharedmemory algorithms in the message-passing setting  ...  In this paper we present a robust emulation of atomic multi-reader/multi-writer memory using dy-namic quorum configurations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdcs.2000.840958 dblp:conf/icdcs/EnglertS00 fatcat:nmwkn3xavzbsfgpyo2jfbqpaoa

Self-stabilization Overhead: an Experimental Case Study on Coded Atomic Storage [article]

Chryssis Georgiou, Robert Gustafsson, Andreas Lindhe, Elad M. Schiller
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Shared memory emulation can be used as a fault-tolerant and highly available distributed storage solution or as a low-level synchronization primitive.  ...  In this respect, Dolev, Petig, and Schiller have recently developed a self-stabilizing version of CAS, which we call CASSS.  ...  Shared Memory Emulation The goal of emulating a shared memory is to allow the clients to access via read and write operations a shared storage in the network.  ... 
arXiv:1807.07901v2 fatcat:5byqrpcw3zfdvmum3bg5xsmt7i

Rambo: a robust, reconfigurable atomic memory service for dynamic networks

Seth Gilbert, Nancy A. Lynch, Alexander A. Shvartsman
2010 Distributed computing  
In this paper, we present RAMBO, an algorithm for emulating a read/write distributed shared memory in a dynamic, rapidly changing environment.  ...  The main novelty of RAMBO lies in the combination of an efficient reconfiguration mechanism with a quorum-based replication strategy for read/write shared memory.  ...  The key challenge lies in showing that every configuration included in a given garbage collection remains viable; if the viability of some configuration expires, then the garbage collection will never  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00446-010-0117-1 fatcat:b42kviwdh5annlods2abpfpipi

Are There Biomimetic Lessons from Genetic Regulatory Networks for Developing a Lunar Industrial Ecology?

Alex Ellery
2021 Biomimetics  
There are numerous subtleties that would be challenging to implement in a lunar industrial ecology but much of the essence of biological circuitry (as implemented in synthetic biology, for example) is  ...  Initially, we examine lessons from factory organisation which have evolved into a bio-inspired concept, the reconfigurable holonic architecture.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/biomimetics6030050 fatcat:yglsxb2mzzc75bbiqlx2rlzkha

Programming Support for Distributed Optimization and Control in Cyber-Physical Systems

Rahul Balani, Lucas F. Wanner, Jonathan Friedman, Mani B. Srivastava, Kaisen Lin, Rajesh K. Gupta
2011 2011 IEEE/ACM Second International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems  
In this paper, we propose a distributed shared memory (DSM) architecture that abstracts away the details of inter-node coordination from the programmer resulting in simplified application design.  ...  While significant advances have taken place in optimization techniques, their widespread adoption in practical implementations is impeded by the complexity of inter-node coordination and lack of programming  ...  Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF or CAPES/Fulbright.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccps.2011.11 dblp:conf/iccps/BalaniWFSLG11 fatcat:c3jyxf65ifdjffuwsquvcx4wlq

Peer-to-peer support for massively multiplayer games

B. Knutsson, Honghui Lu, Wei Xu, B. Hopkins
IEEE INFOCOM 2004  
Our approach exploits the fact that players in MMGs display locality of interest, and therefore can form self-organizing groups based on their locations in the virtual world.  ...  We have implemented a simple game we call SimMud, and experimented with up to 4000 players to demonstrate the applicability of this approach. 0-7803-8356-7  ...  This research is supported in part by the DoD University Research Initiative (URI) program administered by the Office of Naval Research under Grant N00014-01-1-0795.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infcom.2004.1354485 dblp:conf/infocom/Lu04 fatcat:7fbrqtsn3za53jmdzpjk6vu24m

Box boats: how container ships changed the world

2007 ChoiceReviews  
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means-electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or any other-except for brief quotations  ...  in printed reviews, without the prior permission of the publisher.  ...  capacity by a robust 55 percent.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.44-3990 fatcat:4ebrcmck5be3xjnbxd5waro47a

PaRDeS : Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies in Germany = Foreign Entanglements: Transnational American Jewish Studies [article]

Hasia Diner, Markus Krah, Shari Rabin, Yitzchak Schwartz, Mirjam Thulin, Oskar Czendze, Imanuel Clemens Schmidt, Jessica Cooperman, Elisabeth Gallas, Miriam Rürup, Jürgen Heyde, Thomas Meyer (+7 others)
2021 PaRDeS : Zeitschrift der Vereinigung für Jüdische Studien e.V.; 27  
The articles reflect the wide range of topics that can benefit from a transnational understanding of the American Jewish experience as shaped by its foreign entanglements.  ...  The field of American Jewish studies has recently trained its focus on the transnational dimensions of its subject, reflecting in more sustained ways than before about the theories and methods of this  ...  With a joint appointment in the departments of History and Hebrew and Judaic Studies she has written extensively in a number of fields, including U.  ... 
doi:10.25932/publishup-51933 fatcat:cln7fpal35gyti64cskqlsgane

Final report on information processing research

Rachel T. Levine, Research Documents Group.
2018
In addition, our logic permits formulas of the form A/(/) and Y/(i) where/(i) is a formula of our logic.  ...  Intuitively, the formula A. /(/) will be true in a global state of some concurrent system, provided that the formula /(i) holds for each component process /. y/(i) is explained similarly.  ...  A reconfiguration method is proposed that permits quorums to be changed dynamically.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6605645 fatcat:k7ibo26tdfhd3objmizmdrwdfu

System support for elasticity and high availability

Shriram Rajagopalan
2014
In current practice, every application implements these features as part of its own application logic, resulting in unnecessary design complexity.  ...  replication of flows respectively.  ...  For example, in databases, key-value stores, content management systems, etc., there is a non-negligible amount of shared state in the form of locks, shared memory, data on disk, etc.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0166887 fatcat:of33kiedtjc6vn4dwxvy2gewly

Network-aware big data processing

Lukas Rupprecht, Peter Pietzuch
2017
At the same time, data centre networks (DCNs) are becoming increasingly more complex in terms of the physical network topology, the variety of applications that are sharing the network, and the different  ...  The high complexity of DCNs combined with the increased traffic demands of applications has made the network a bottleneck for query performance.  ...  Asymmetric joins, such as the GRACE [KTMO83] hash join and the hybrid hash join [DKO + 84], operate in two phases to optimise memory usage.  ... 
doi:10.25560/52455 fatcat:6skrdu4cvfexnacoqizvy5ub6q

Toward principled enterprise network management [article]

Daniel Levin, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Anja Feldmann
2014
Over the past several years, Software Defined Networking (SDN) has emerged as a paradigm in which the fundamentally needed, yet missing abstractions of traditional network management can be realized.  ...  In this thesis, we investigate and characterize key state distribution design trade-offs arising from the "logically centralized network control plane", a fundamental architectural hallmark of software  ...  In this scene, the pilgrims are seated around a large table, having arrived at their destination.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-4230 fatcat:tc7uk7cmdjdoxnaobssngv3b24

Camilla [chapter]

Ingo Gildenhard, John Henderson
2018 Classics Textbooks  
With emulous zeal they surround the palace of King Latinus.  ...  The word graced the poem for the first time in Book 10 (x 2); the remaining occurrences (5) stud the text of Book 11. Mezentius ending up as a tropaeum is a case of cosmic irony (and justice?)  ...  JH: Thematically, though, the motif further bolts Book 11 into a robust unit, brokering these tokens of epic success through a range of variations and -here -mutations, from lines 6-7 onwards. ferent:  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0158.03 fatcat:ae4x2qpggfg3foxsjux3evmfoe

The imagination roundtable: performance and indigenous representations in Peru's Mesa de concertación para la lucha contra pobreza

Christopher Bauer
2019
This framing highlights the imaginative potential of their interactions for inclusion in a future state, demonstrating that they use neoliberal techniques for starkly different political projects than  ...  Conversely, my findings show that volunteers use the Mesa's charter and programming to shape their inclusion in state institutions.  ...  By constructing the memorial in Chilca, the reasoning went, its functions could be knit into the fabric of a community which shared its aims.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-zkh7-ab91 fatcat:o42codo3gjhzfogjnbmukaacw4

Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 8, Issue 8, August 2018, Complete Issue [article]

2019
robust design protocols as the origami technique in DNA nanotechnology.  ...  -exploiting the strong link of those sensory stimuli to emotions and memory.  ...  of this in a sustainability analysis diagram.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.8.8 fatcat:fqrend6usnhefgg745ixiqw6ue
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