Fault Tolerance in Concurrent Object-Oriented Software Through Coordinated Error Recovery

@inproceedings{Xu1995FaultTI,
  title={Fault Tolerance in Concurrent Object-Oriented Software Through Coordinated Error Recovery},
  author={Jie Xu and Brian Randell and Alexander Romanovsky and Cec{\'i}lia M. F. Rubira and Robert J. Stroud and Zhixue Wu},
  booktitle={FTCS},
  year={1995}
}
This paper presents a scheme for coordinated error recovery between multiple interacting objects in a concurrent object-oriented system. A conceptual framework for fault tolerance is established based on a general object concurrency model that is supported by most concurrent object-oriented languages and systems. This framework integrates two complementary concepts — conversations and transactions. Conversations (associated with cooperative exception handling) are used to provide coordinated… CONTINUE READING
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