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We consider the backup placement problem, defined as follows. Some nodes (processors) in a given network have objects (e.g., files, tasks) whose backups should be stored in additional nodes for increased fault resilience. To minimize the disturbance in case of a failure, it is required that a...
The k-set agreement problem is a generalization of the consensus problem. Namely, assuming that each process proposes a value, every non-faulty process must decide one of the proposed values, under the constraint that at most k different values are decided. This is a hard problem in the sense...
Given a distributed network represented by a weighted undirected graph
on n vertices, and a parameter k, we devise a randomized distributed algorithm that whp computes a routing scheme in
This paper focuses on compact deterministic self-stabilizing solutions for the leader election problem. When the solution is required to be silent (i.e., when the state of each process remains fixed from some point in time during any execution), there exists a lower bound of
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