Alexandre S. Pinto

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Distributed applications are becoming increasingly complex, often requiring the simultaneous use of several communication channels with different qualities-of-service. This paper presents the Appia system, a protocol kernel that supports applications requiring multiple coordinated channels. Appia offers a clean and elegant way for the application to express(More)
In this paper we propose a novel probabilistic broadcast protocol that reduces the average end-to-end latency by dynamically adapting to network topology and traffic conditions. It does so by using an unique strategy that consists in adjusting the fanout and preferred targets for different gossip rounds as a function of the properties of each node. Node(More)
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