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Fault tolerance for stream programs on parallel platforms

@inproceedings{Marco2015FaultTF,
  title={Fault tolerance for stream programs on parallel platforms},
  author={Vicent Sanz Marco},
  year={2015}
}
  • Vicent Sanz Marco
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • A distributed system is defined as a collection of autonomous computers connected by a network, and with the appropriate distributed software for the system to be seen by users as a single entity capable of providing computing facilities. Distributed systems with centralised control have a distinguished control node, called leader node. The main role of a leader node is to distribute and manage shared resources in a resource-e cient manner. A distributed system with centralised control can use… CONTINUE READING

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