Srads with Local Rollback

  title={Srads with Local Rollback},
  author={Phillip M. Dickens and Paul F. Reynolds},
There is reason to believe bounded aggressive processing (limiting the degree to which processes act on conditional knowledge) may be a good alternative to unbounded processing. Simulations characterized by substantial variance in logical process processing times can lead to conditions where, without bound, some processes may cause frequent repairs (e.g. rollbacks) to occur. We present an algorithm, SRADS/LR, in which we bound aggressiveness and discuss its expected impact on performance. 
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