Mateus de Freitas Ribeiro

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As networks with mobile devices becorne commonplace , many new applications for those networks arisc, including some that require coordination among groups of mobile clients. One basic tool for implementing coordination is reliable multicast, where delivery of a multicast message is atomic, i.e. cither all or none of the group members deliver the message.(More)
In this work we extended Acharya and Badrinath's [2] reliable multicast protocol for mobile computing so as to provide also for atomicity of message delivery. In this protocol, named AM 2 C, a multicast message is only delivered to all mobile host destinations if these are reachable during a first phase of the protocol. After a multicast is either committed(More)
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