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Checkpointing is a very popular technique for fault tolerance in distributed systems. The proposed protocol tolerates the transient faults. In the protocol, all processes take checkpoints to form a global consistent checkpoint. The protocol handles the failures of initiator and non-initiator.
An efficient optimization procedure based on oppositional chemical reaction optimization (OCRO) is proposed for the solution of economic load dispatch (ELD) problem with continuous and non-smooth cost function having valve point effect and multi-fuel options with various constraints. To accelerate the convergence speed and improve the simulation results,… (More)
1 Introduction The design of fault-tolerant systems is a challenging problem. It requires close attention to many issues, e.g., the fault-model, the connectivity of the system topology, the concurrent programming paradigm used (say, for instance, synchronous message passing), the message transfer delays of the communication network, the support for… (More)