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A general algorithm is presented for implementing dataflow computations with multiple threads that communicate using only reads and writes of shared memory.
Fast algorithms are presented for performing computations in a probabilistic population model. This is a variant of the standard population protocol model, in which finite-state agents interact in pairs under the control of an adversary scheduler, where all pairs are equally likely to be chosen...
Solving agreement problems deterministically, such as consensus and k-set agreement, in asynchronous distributed systems prone to an unbounded number of process failures has been shown to be impossible. To circumvent this impossibility, unreliable failure detectors for the crash failure model...
Controllability and observability problems may manifest themselves during the application of a checking sequence in a test architecture where there are multiple remote testers. These problems often require the use of external coordination message exchanges among testers during testing. However,...
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