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INFOCOM
2010
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
A Reaction-Diffusion Model for Epidemic Routing in Sparsely Connected MANETs
—We propose and investigate a deterministic traveling wave model for the progress of epidemic routing in disconnected mobile ad hoc networks. In epidemic routing, broadcast or un...
Daniel J. Klein, João Pedro Hespanha, Upama...
NCA
2007
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
GORDA: An Open Architecture for Database Replication
Although database replication has been a standard feature in database management systems for a long time, third party solutions have been enjoying an increasing popularity. These ...
Alfrânio Correia Jr., José Pereira, L...
DS
1992
128views Database» more  DS 1992»
9 years 1 months ago
Achieving Incremental Consistency among Autonomous Replicated Databases
In this paper, we present methods for supporting autonomous updates in replicated databases. Autonomous updates are of particular importance to applications that cannot tolerate t...
Stefano Ceri, Maurice A. W. Houtsma, Arthur M. Kel...
SRDS
2010
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
P-Store: Genuine Partial Replication in Wide Area Networks
Partial replication is a way to increase the scalability of replicated systems since updates only need to be applied to a subset of the system's sites, thus allowing replicas...
Nicolas Schiper, Pierre Sutra, Fernando Pedone
MDM
2007
Springer
124views Communications» more  MDM 2007»
9 years 6 months ago
Isolating Transactions on Replicated Content Going Mobile
Mobile databases are a centerpiece of the dramatic growth of data-centric applications for mobile computing, nomadic communication and wireless networks. Replication of database c...
José Enrique Armendáriz-Iñigo...
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