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Ivanyi A. (ed.) Algorithms of informatics, vol.2.. purposes (2007)(ISBN 9638759623)
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Such cuts we consider not consistent and so undesirable. Formally, a cut K = (k1 , . . , kn ) is inconsistent when there are processors pi and pj such that the instruction number ki of processor pi is causally aected by an instruction subsequent to instruction number kj of processor pj . So in an inconsistent cut there is a message that crosses the cut in a backward direction. Any cut that is not inconsistent is called a consistent cut . The Consistent-Cut algorithm uses vector timestamps to nd a consistent cut.
Kn ). The algorithm sends O(e) messages, where e is the number of edges in the graph. Proof The fact that each variable ki is eventually dierent from ⊥ follows from our model, because we assumed that instructions are eventually executed and messages are eventually received, so the
Fault-tolerant consensus The algorithms presented so far are based on the assumption that the system on which they run is reliable. Here we present selected algorithms for unreliable distributed systems, where the active (or correct) processors need to coordinate their activities based on common decisions. It is inherently dicult for processors to reach agreement in a distributed setting prone to failures. Consider the deceptively simple problem of two failure-free processors attempting to agree on a common bit using a communication medium where messages may be lost.
Algorithms of informatics, vol.2.. applications (2007)(ISBN 9638759623) by Ivanyi A. (ed.)