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Using Data-Flow Analysis for Resilience and Result Checking in Peer-To-Peer Computations

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Using Data-Flow Analysis for Resilience and Result Checking in Peer-To-Peer Computations
To achieve correct execution of peer-to-peer applications on non-reliable resources, we present a portable and distributed algorithm that provides fault tolerance and result checking. Two kinds of faults are considered: node failure or disconnection and result forgery. This algorithm is based on the knowledge of the macro data-flow dependencies between the application tasks. It provides correct execution with respect to a probabilistic certificate. We have implemented it on top of Athapascan programming interface and experimental results are presented. Keywords-- Fault Tolerant, Checkpoint Recovery, Certificate of execution, Result Checking, Parallel Processing
Samir Jafar, Sébastien Varrette, Jean-Louis
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where DEXAW
Authors Samir Jafar, Sébastien Varrette, Jean-Louis Roch
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