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View synchrony has been proposed as a programming paradigm for developing reliable distributed applications. The paradigm is particularly attractive when the underlying computing system is asynchronous and prone to complex failure scenarios including partitions. View synchrony encourages a programming style where groups of processes cooperate closely in order to maintain some form of shared state among them. In this paper, we examine the technical problems that arise in shared state managementdoi:10.1109/icdcs.1996.507895 dblp:conf/icdcs/BabaogluBD96 fatcat:tbyb27vezndq7l55fzkonesf3q