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By David Peleg (auth.), Ajit Pal, Ajay D. Kshemkalyani, Rajeev Kumar, Arobinda Gupta (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540309594

ISBN-13: 9783540309598

This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh foreign Workshop on dispensed Computing, IWDC 2004, held in Kharagpur, India in December 2005.

The 28 revised complete papers and 33 revised brief papers offered including five invited keynote talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 253 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on idea of allotted computing, sensor networks, fault tolerance, optical networks, peer-to-peer networks, instant networks, community defense, grid and networks, middleware and knowledge administration, mobility administration, and disbursed man made intelligence.

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Fekete and N. Lynch. The need for headers: An impossibility result for communication over unreliable channels. In J. C. M. Baeten and J. W. Klop, editors, CONCUR ’90: Theories of Concurrency: Unification and Extension, volume 458 of LNCS, pages 199–215. SpringerVerlag, 1990. 6. J. Y. Halpern and Y. Moses. Knowledge and common knowledge in a distributed environment. Journal of the ACM, 37(3):549–587, July 1990. 7. A. Lynch and M. Tuttle. An introduction to input/output automata. CWI Quarterly, 2(3):219–246, Sept.

Vj ) be the path from r(T ) to x in T , where r(T ) = v1 and vj = x. Transform the tree T into a tree T rooted at x by reversing the directions of the edges along this path. ) Observe that by symmetry, the cost of T is the same as that of T , so the proof can proceed as for Property 3. 3 Arbitrary Graphs For the general setting, we show the universal bound of O(n log log n) on Sup . Again, the algorithm yielding this cost is a variant of the one used for proving Property 3. As in the proof of Property 4, since the graph is not complete, it may be that for the small tree T under consideration, all the outgoing edges of the root r(T ) go to nodes inside T .

Zuck. Tight bounds for the sequence transmission problem. In PODC ’89: Proceedings of the eighth annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, pages 73–83. ACM Press, 1989. Safe Composition of Distributed Programs Communicating over Order-Preserving Imperfect Channels Kai Engelhardt1 and Yoram Moses2, 2 1 CSE, UNSW, and NICTA , Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia Department of Electrical Engineering, Technion, Haifa 32000, Israel Abstract. The fundamental question considered in this paper is when program Q, if executed immediately after program P, is guaranteed not to interfere with P and be safe from interference by P.

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