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This paper studies the problem of balancing the demand for content in a peer-to-peer network across heterogeneous peer nodes that hold replicas of the content. Previous decentralized load balancing techniques in distributed systems base their decisions on periodic updates containing information...
This paper considers the problem of distributively constructing a minimum-weight spanning tree (MST) for graphs of constant diameter in the bounded-messages model, where each message can contain at most B bits for some parameter B. It is shown that the number of communication rounds necessary to...
Ensuring causal consistency in a Distributed Shared Memory (DSM) means all operations executed at each process will be compliant to a causality order relation. This paper first introduces an optimality criterion for a protocol P, based on a complete replication of variables at each process and...
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