Christopher Wastell

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A fundamental problem in distributed computing is the distribution of requests to a set of uniform servers without a centralized controller. Classically, such problems are modelled as static balls into bins processes, where <i>m</i> balls (tasks) are to be distributed to <i>n</i> bins (servers). In a seminal work, [Azar et al.; JoC'99] proposed the(More)
this category are mainly meats and meat products, milk and cream, cheese, and cakes and biscuits. Equally, caterers should provide similar information in appropriate ways. The concentration of alcohol (ethanol) in beers, ciders, wines, spirits, and any other drinks containing more than 1 2%' of alcohol by volume should be printed on the container in(More)
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