Runtime system level fault tolerance for a distributed functional language

@inproceedings{Trinder2000RuntimeSL,
  title={Runtime system level fault tolerance for a distributed functional language},
  author={Philip W. Trinder and Robert F. Pointon and Hans-Wolfgang Loidl},
  booktitle={Scottish Functional Programming Workshop},
  year={2000}
}
Distributed Fault Tolerance entails detecting errors, con fini g the damage caused, recovery from the errors, and providing cont inued service on a network of co-operating machines. Functional languages po tentially offer benefits for distributed fault tolerance: many computations are pure, and hence have no side-effects to be reversed during error recovery. Moreo ver functional languages have a high-level runtime system (RTS) where computa tions and data are readily manipulated. We propose a… CONTINUE READING

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