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We present a simple and efficient wait-free implementation of Lazy Large Load-Linked/Store-Conditional (Lazy-LL/SC), which can be used to atomically modify a dynamically-determined set of shared variables in a lock-free manner. The semantics of Lazy-LL/SC is weaker than that of similar objects...
Traditional approaches to network design separate the issues of designing the network itself and designing its management and control subsystems. This paper proposes an approach termed routing-oriented network design, which is based on designing the network topology and its routing scheme...
The purpose of compact routing is to provide a labeling of the nodes of a network and a way to encode the routing tables, so that routing can be performed efficiently (e.g., on shortest paths) whilst keeping the memory-space required to store the routing tables as small as possible. In this...
Different replication algorithms provide different solutions to the same basic problem. However, there is no precise specification of the problem itself, only of particular classes of solutions, such as active replication and primary-backup. Having a precise specification of the problem would...
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