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The CRCW PRAM under dynamic fail-stop (no restart) processor behavior is a fault-prone multiprocessor model for which it is possible to both guarantee reliability and preserve eeciency. To handle dynamic faults some redundancy is necessary in the form of many processors concurrently performing a common read or write task. In this paper we show how to(More)
The CRCW PRAM under dynamic fail-stop (no restart) processor behavior is a fault-prone multiprocessor model for which it is possible to both guarantee reliability and preserve eeciency. To handle dynamic faults some redundancy is necessary in the form of many processors concurrently performing a common read or write task. In this paper we show how to(More)
Concurrent computations should combine eeciency with reliability , where eeciency is usually associated with parallel and reliability with distributed computing. Such a desirable combination is not always possible, because of an intuitive trade-oo: eeciency requires removing redundancy from computations whereas reliability requires some redundancy. We(More)
Concurrent computations should combine eeciency with reliability , where eeciency is usually associated with parallel and reliability with distributed computing. Such a desirable combination is not always possible, because of an intuitive trade-oo: eeciency requires removing redundancy from computations whereas reliability requires some redundancy. We(More)
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