Totally Ordered Broadcast and Multicast Algorithms: A Comprehensive Survey

@inproceedings{Dfago2000TotallyOB,
  title={Totally Ordered Broadcast and Multicast Algorithms: A Comprehensive Survey},
  author={Xavier D{\'e}fago and Andr{\'e} Schiper},
  year={2000}
}
Total order multicast algorithms constitute an important class of problems in distributed systems, especially in the context of fault-tolerance. In short, the problem of total order multicast consists in sending messages to a set of processes, in such a way that all messages are delivered by all correct destinations in the same order. However, the huge amount of literature on the subject and the plethora of solutions proposed so far make it difficult for practitioners to select a solution… CONTINUE READING

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