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INFOCOM
1997
IEEE
9 years 16 days ago
Server Selection Using Dynamic Path Characterization in Wide-Area Networks
Replication is a commonly proposed solution to problems of scale associated with distributed services. However, when a service is replicated, each client must be assigned a server...
Robert L. Carter, Mark Crovella
SASN
2006
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
Location-aware key predistribution scheme for wide area wireless sensor networks
Key predistribution in wireless sensor networks refers to the problem of distributing secret keys among sensors prior to deployment. Solutions appeared in the literature can be cl...
Katerina Simonova, Alan C. H. Ling, Xiaoyang Sean ...
DEXAW
2002
IEEE
79views Database» more  DEXAW 2002»
9 years 1 months ago
Understanding the Behavior of the Conflict-Rate Metric in Optimistic Peer Replication
Optimistic replication of data is a widely used tool for mobile environments, but the behavior of concurrent conflicting updates caused by the relaxed consistency model is poorly ...
An-I Wang, Peter L. Reiher, Rajive Bagrodia, Geoff...
IDEAS
2005
IEEE
124views Database» more  IDEAS 2005»
9 years 1 months ago
Flexible Update Management in Peer-to-Peer Database Systems
Promising the combination of dynamic configuration, scalability and redundancy, peer-to-peer (P2P) networks have garnered tremendous interest lately. Before long, this interest ex...
David Del Vecchio, Sang Hyuk Son
HPDC
2007
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
IDEA: : an infrastructure for detection-based adaptive consistency control in replicated services
In Internet-scale distributed systems, replicationbased scheme has been widely deployed to increase the availability and efficiency of services. Hence, consistency maintenance amo...
Yijun Lu, Ying Lu, Hong Jiang
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