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Wait-Free Stabilizing Dining Using Regular Registers [chapter]

Srikanth Sastry, Jennifer L. Welch, Josef Widder
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present a dining algorithm that is both wait-free (tolerates any number of crashes) and is pseudo-stabilizing.  ...  Furthermore, with a stronger failure detector, the solution becomes wait-free and self-stabilizing. To our knowledge, this is the first such algorithm.  ...  We remark that existing results from [17] may be used to construct wait-free self-stabilizing regular registers from wait-free self-stabilizing safe registers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35476-2_20 fatcat:jbsioc6tsvffthw3a665utxmpq

Stabilizing Dining with Failure Locality 1 [chapter]

Hyun Chul Chung, Srikanth Sastry, Jennifer L. Welch
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose two algorithms for solving stabilizing dining with failure locality 1 in asynchronous shared-memory systems with regular registers.  ...  The dining philosophers problem, or simply dining, is a fundamental distributed resource allocation problem.  ...  using regular registers in [7] ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-45249-9_38 fatcat:xzrbtsyyunaldfkiljrchlxzry

Relationships between communication models in networks using atomic registers

L. Higham, C. Johnen
2006 Proceedings 20th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium  
The fault-tolerant models considered in this paper are waitfreedom and self-stabilization.  ...  These questions are addressed by rst establishing a framework for dening correct transformations, which may be useful for similar studies of the relationship between various models of distributed computation  ...  For instance, they present a wait-free self-stabilizing implementation of a multi-writer/multi-reader atomic register using single-writer/dual-reader regular registers of unbounded size.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdps.2006.1639328 dblp:conf/ipps/HighamJ06 fatcat:hhzonscxzndcvlbw5dt2o5w3aa

Optimal Self-Stabilizing Mobile Byzantine-Tolerant Regular Register with bounded timestamp [article]

Silvia Bonomi, Maria Potop-Butucaru
2018 arXiv   pre-print
This paper proposes the first implementation of a self-stabilizing regular register emulated by $n$ servers that is tolerant to both mobile Byzantine agents, and \emph{transient failures} in a round-free  ...  In addition, our implementation uses bounded timestamps from the $\mathcal{Z}\_{13}$ domain and it is optimal with respect to the number of servers needed to tolerate $f$ mobile Byzantine agents in the  ...  A Self-Stabilizing Regular Register Implementation In this Section we propose a protocol P reg implementing a self-stabilizing SWMR regular register in the (∆S, CU M ) Mobile Byzantine Failure model.  ... 
arXiv:1609.02694v2 fatcat:liqhab6nkjcabkiznc2uxod3ya

Practice Paper of the American Dietetic Association: Individualized Nutrition Approaches for Older Adults in Health Care Communities

Becky Dorner
2010 Journal of the American Dietetic Association  
The Association advocates the use of qualified registered dietitians (RDs) to assess and evaluate the need for nutrition care according to each person's individual medical condition, needs, desires, and  ...  Dietetic technicians, registered, provide support to RDs in the assessment and implementation of individualized nutrition care.  ...  The projected growth of this population challenges the health care system, as well as workforce demand for registered dietitians (RDs) and dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs), who provide nutrition  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jada.2010.08.023 pmid:20882715 fatcat:mdxvcuymazft5bnyqebacy2dcy

Are Therapeutic Diets in Long-Term Care Affecting Resident Food Intake and Meeting their Nutritional Goals?

Sarah Wu, Jill Morrison-Koechl, Christina Lengyel, Natalie Carrier, Sarah Awwad, Heather Keller
2020 Canadian journal of dietetic practice and research  
Residents receiving restrictive diets (28%) consumed absolute calories consistent with those receiving a regular diet, but kcal/kg was significantly lower (22.1 ± 5.5 vs 23.6 ± 5.3).  ...  Please let us know if you have found it helpful and feel free to send us any specific comments, questions or concerns you may have about the content.  ...  is assigned to be present at all times while residents remain in the dining room. • Complete meal time audits on a regular basis to ensure the dining program provides a safe and pleasurable dining experience  ... 
doi:10.3148/cjdpr-2020-015 pmid:32495640 fatcat:2kemynbavbgqhnl6niemp6m3te

Hundreds of impossibility results for distributed computing

Faith Fich, Eric Ruppert
2003 Distributed computing  
A single-writer register is a restricted type of register to which only a single, xed process can write.  ...  A basic type of object is the register, which stores a value that can be read or written by all processes.  ...  Acknowledgements We are indebted to Nancy Lynch for allowing us to use ideas and material from her survey paper 233]. We thank Maurice Herlihy and Vassos Hadzilacos for enlightening discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00446-003-0091-y fatcat:4m7ylsvxxfdpjdpc26bfdcncaa

The Lviv Train Station Restaurant as a Soviet Enterprise, 1944-1980

Andriy Zayarnyuk
2017 The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies  
Offering a case study of one public dining enterprise this paper explores changes in the post-war Soviet public dining; demonstrates how that enterprise's institutional structure mediated economic demands  ...  The article helps to understand Soviet consumerist practices in the sphere of public dining by looking into complex, hierarchical organizations enabling them.  ...  For the restaurant, however, this stabilization proved to be a challenge as well.  ... 
doi:10.5195/cbp.2017.218 fatcat:jhp5xwwi5jgi3forpvw5l54wf4

Toward a non-atomic era: l-exclusion as a test case

Danny Dolev, Eli Gafni, Nir Shavit
1988 Proceedings of the twentieth annual ACM symposium on Theory of computing - STOC '88  
useful tools for process synchronization.  ...  Following Lamport, recent research promoting the use of weaker primitives, "safe" rather than "atom.ic," has resulted in construction of atomic registers from safe ones, in the belief that they would be  ...  'Note that if one c0nstruct.s a SWMR safe or regular register as in construction 1 of [L86b] , then consislency can be achieved using a single register by simply changing the ordering of the writes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/62212.62220 dblp:conf/stoc/DolevGS88 fatcat:xmtsek3crza7jndsu4g7rxp4v4

I Am Capable, So I Will Do More [chapter]

Mei Liao
2020 Factors Influencing Child Survival in Tanzania  
If they want to dine out together, they will always wait for QZ's day off. That boosts his confidence and as a result, he likes to interact with them more.  ...  QZ's mother: The store basically uses him as a regular employee. He is willing to work and to learn, no matter how tiring it is.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-5005-8_5 fatcat:dvttnt65izdb7cq4cwuyobeiqq

Social practices in a café: community through consumption?

Anna Marie Steigemann
2017 Geographica Helvetica  
For instance, when waitresses enter from the back space with hot meals in their hands, they shout the name of the meal into the dining room in order to get a little bit of free space to move to the respective  ...  One, for instance, concerns the temporal and geographical stability of the practiced sociability and community.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gh-72-45-2017 fatcat:j75ho52thzgndbk4neuv53szem

Medical practice during a world cruise: a descriptive epidemiological study of injury and illness among passengers and crew

Eilif Dahl
2005 International Maritime Health  
Broad experience in emergency and general medicine, good communication skills and previous cruise experience are useful qualifications.  ...  Patient data were registered continuously and reviewed after the voyage. There were 4244 recorded patient contacts (=40 per day), 2866 of which directly involved the doctor (=27 per day).  ...  It comprises waiting areas, reception, doctor's office, pharmacy, laboratory, emergency room (for stabilization, surgery and x-rays), and three 2-bed wards with four beds for intensive care.  ... 
pmid:16532590 fatcat:2h5rlbkktzau5fy4xs46n6xl6a

"You're in apple land but you are a lemon:" Connection, Collaboration, and Division in Early '70s Indian Country

John T Truden
2020 Online Journal of Rural Research & Policy  
When he caught wind of John Thomas's attempts to free him, an insulted Rick Kupke informed the American press that "We have not authorized anyone to speak for us except the chairman of the Kiowa tribe  ...  Regular collaboration across vast distances required time, capital Haney's diplomacy cooled the situation.  ... 
doi:10.4148/1936-0487.1102 fatcat:hac3e6brbbdalfo3oa6xbtvaym

Session M: Nursing in Oncology

2004 Annals of Oncology  
Materials and methods: The use of the devices [bags (PVC or PVC free); transfer devices; closed circuit to drug reconstitution] has almost completely replaced the use of needles and glasses in the preparation  ...  It can be defined as an operating instrument useful in reporting, registering, planning, managing, evaluating and documenting nursing assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1093/annonc/mdh710 fatcat:djivtrfo6jeyhaix4b6zoafmzm

Guided Search for Deadlocks in Actor-Based Models [chapter]

Steinar Hugi Sigurdarson, Marjan Sirjani, Yngvi Björnsson, Arni Hermann Reynisson
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In practice, finding an error with a model checker is more useful than proving a property.  ...  Informed search algorithms use heuristic strategies with problem-specific knowledge to find solutions more efficiently than uninformed algorithms.  ...  Self-stabilizing Token Ring Edsger W. Dijkstra presented a self-stabilizing token ring using guarded commands in an article on self-stabilization (Dijkstra, 1974) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35861-6_15 fatcat:t2rmaaxg7ze2florqei66vfvmq
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