Dt Seaton
Distributed computingArchitectureComponent-based software engineeringComputer scienceDistributed design patterns
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Last. Dt SeatonH-Index: 3
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#2Dt SeatonH-Index: 3
Last. Neil A. SpeirsH-Index: 8
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#1P.A. BarretH-Index: 1
#2A.M. HilborneH-Index: 1
Last. Neil A. SpeirsH-Index: 8
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The design of an extra performance architecture for Delta-4, which explicitly supports the requirements of real-time systems with respect to throughput and response, is presented. The Delta-4 approach to fault tolerance is based on the replication of software components on distinct host computers using a range of different replication strategies. The problems of replicate divergence are discussed, and a solution based on message selection and preemption synchronization messages is proposed. A de...
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#1David Powell (CNRS: Centre national de la recherche scientifique)H-Index: 25
#2G. BonnH-Index: 2
Last. F. WaeselynckH-Index: 1
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As part of the European Strategic Programme for Research in Information Technology (ESPRIT), the Delta-4 project is seeking to define an open, fault-tolerant, distributed computing architecture. The authors present the overall Delta-4 framework for open, fault-tolerant, distributed computing systems and sketch the current implementation, which is based on a local area network with specific atomic multicasting and error-processing protocols for communicating between replicated software components...
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