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Traceroute measurements are one of the main instruments to shed light onto the structure and properties of today’s complex networks such as the Internet. This article studies the feasibility and infeasibility of inferring the network topology given traceroute data from a worst-case perspective,...
This paper studies notions of locality that are inherent to the specification of distributed tasks by identifying fundamental relationships between the various scales of computation, from the individual process to the whole system. A locality property called projection-closed is identified. This...
In an asymmetric rendezvous system, such as an unfair synchronous queue or an elimination array, threads of two types, consumers and producers, show up and are matched each with a unique thread of the other type. Here we present new highly scalable, high throughput asymmetric rendezvous systems...
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