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Load distributing for locally distributed systems
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The problem of judiciously and transparently redistributing the load of the system among its nodes so that overall performance is maximized is discussed. Expand
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Security in wireless sensor networks
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We review several protocols that provide security in sensor networks, with an emphasis on authentication, key management and distribution, secure routing and methods for intrusion detection. Expand
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Deadlock detection in distributed systems
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The author describes a series of deadlock detection techniques based on centralized, hierarchical, and distributed control organizations. Expand
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Mutable Checkpoints: A New Checkpointing Approach for Mobile Computing Systems
  • G. Cao, M. Singhal
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Trans. Parallel Distributed Syst.
  • 1 February 2001
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We introduce the concept of "mutable checkpoint," which is neither a tentative checkpoint nor a permanent checkpoint, to design efficient checkpointing algorithms for mobile computing systems. Expand
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Distributed Computing: Principles, Algorithms, and Systems
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This comprehensive textbook covers the fundamental principles and models underlying the theory, algorithms and systems aspects of distributed computing. Expand
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Advanced Concepts In Operating Systems
From the Publisher: Operating systems have evolved substantially over the past two decades,and there is a need for a book which can explain major developments and changes in this dynamic field. ThisExpand
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Low-Cost Checkpointing and Failure Recovery in Mobile Computing Systems
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This paper presents a synchronous snapshot collection algorithm for mobile systems that neither forces every node to take a local snapshot, nor blocks the underlying computation during snapshot collection. Expand
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On the impossibility of min-process non-blocking checkpointing and an efficient checkpointing algorithm for mobile computing systems
  • G. Cao, M. Singhal
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings. International Conference on…
  • 10 August 1998
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We propose an efficient algorithm for mobile computing systems, which forces only a minimum number of processes to take checkpoints and dramatically reduces the blocking time during the checkpointing process. Expand
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Mutable checkpoints: a new checkpointing approach for mobile computing systems
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We introduce the concept of "mutable checkpoint," which is neither a tentative checkpoint nor a permanent checkpoint, to design efficient checkpointing algorithms for mobile computing systems. Expand
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A low-overhead recovery technique using quasi-synchronous checkpointing
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In this paper, we propose a quasi-synchronous checkpointing algorithm and a low-overhead recovery algorithm based on it. Expand
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