A failure detector for wireless networks with unknown membership

  title={A failure detector for wireless networks with unknown membership},
  author={Fab{\'i}ola Greve and Pierre Sens and Luciana Arantes and V{\'e}ronique Simon},
  booktitle={ICPP 2011},
The distributed computing scenario is rapidly evolving for integrating self-organizing and dynamic wireless networks. Unreliable failure detectors are classical mechanisms which provide information about process failures and can help systems to cope with the high dynamism of these networks. A number of failure detection algorithms has been proposed so far; nonetheless, most of them assume a global knowledge about the membership as well as a fully communication connectivity; additionally, they… CONTINUE READING

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