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We present the first shared-memory algorithms for k-exclusion in which all process blocking is achieved through the use of “local-spin” busy waiting. Such algorithms are designed to reduce interconnect traffic, which is important for good performance. Our k-exclusion algorithms are...
Abstract. An important problem in analyzing distributed computations is the amount of information. In event-based models, even for simple applications, the number of events is large and the causal structure is complex. Event abstraction can be used to reduce the apparent complexity of a...
A connection between two hosts across a wide-area network may consist of many sessions over time, each called an incarnation. A connection is synchronized using a connection establishment protocol, based on a handshake mechanism, to allow reliable exchange of data. This paper identifies the...
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