Tobias Landes

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A large number of tasks in distributed systems can be traced down to the fundamental problem of attaining a consistent global view on a distributed computation. This problem is commonly solved by appliance of vector clocks as a means of tracing causal dependencies among the events that characterize a run of the computation. In the paper at hand an extension(More)
A large number of tasks in distributed systems can be traced down to the fundamental problem of attaining a consistent global view on a distributed computation. This problem has been addressed by a number of studies which focus on systems with message passing as their only means of interprocess communication. In the paper at hand we extend this restricted(More)
A large number of tasks in distributed systems can be traced down to the fundamental problem of attaining a consistent global view on a distributed computation. Based on our previous theoretical work concerning consistent event ordering in systems featuring both message passing and distributed shared memory facilities, in the paper at hand we discuss the(More)
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