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International Conference on Recent Advances and Innovations in Engineering (ICRAIE-2014)
Causal broadcast is a communication abstraction designed for asynchronous systems. It ensures that the messages broadcast by the processes are delivered in their broadcast causality order, namely, if the broadcast of a message m causally precedes the broadcast of a message m , no process delivers m unless it has previously delivered m. Several algorithms implementing causal broadcast have been proposed for asynchronous systems prone to any number of process crashes. These algorithms rely on andoi:10.1109/icraie.2014.6909120 fatcat:ltjxvdulybbbbnwqro47nzgj2i