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NSDI
2010
9 years 8 months ago
Prophecy: Using History for High-Throughput Fault Tolerance
Byzantine fault-tolerant (BFT) replication has enjoyed a series of performance improvements, but remains costly due to its replicated work. We eliminate this cost for read-mostly ...
Siddhartha Sen, Wyatt Lloyd, Michael J. Freedman
IAJIT
2016
53views Biometrics» more  IAJIT 2016»
4 years 3 months ago
A group based fault tolerant scheduling mechanism to improve the application turnaround time on desktop grids
: Desktop grid is an exciting discipline for high throughput applications but due to inherent resource volatility, desktop grids are not feasible for short lived applications that ...
Mohammed Khan, Syed Irfan Hyder, Ghayas Uddin Ahme...
ICCD
2003
IEEE
143views Hardware» more  ICCD 2003»
10 years 4 months ago
Cost-Effective Graceful Degradation in Speculative Processor Subsystems: The Branch Prediction Case
We analyze the effect of errors in branch predictors, a representative example of speculative processor subsystems, to motivate the necessity for fault tolerance in such subsystem...
Sobeeh Almukhaizim, Thomas Verdel, Yiorgos Makris
IEEESCC
2007
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
A Fault-Tolerant Middleware Architecture for High-Availability Storage Services
Today organizations and business enterprises of all sizes need to deal with unprecedented amounts of digital information, creating challenging demands for mass storage and on-dema...
Sangeetha Seshadri, Ling Liu, Brian F. Cooper, Law...
BMCBI
2005
134views more  BMCBI 2005»
9 years 7 months ago
Windows .NET Network Distributed Basic Local Alignment Search Toolkit (W.ND-BLAST)
Background: BLAST is one of the most common and useful tools for Genetic Research. This paper describes a software application we have termed Windows .NET Distributed Basic Local ...
Scot E. Dowd, Joaquin Zaragoza, Javier R. Rodrigue...
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