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Starting a Dialog between Model Checking and Fault-tolerant Distributed Algorithms

@article{John2012StartingAD,
  title={Starting a Dialog between Model Checking and Fault-tolerant Distributed Algorithms},
  author={A. John and I. Konnov and U. Schmid and H. Veith and J. Widder},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1210.3839}
}
  • A. John, I. Konnov, +2 authors J. Widder
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Fault-tolerant distributed algorithms are central for building reliable spatially distributed systems. Unfortunately, the lack of a canonical precise framework for fault-tolerant algorithms is an obstacle for both verification and deployment. In this paper, we introduce a new domain-specific framework to capture the behavior of fault-tolerant distributed algorithms in an adequate and precise way. At the center of our framework is a parameterized system model where control flow automata are used… CONTINUE READING
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