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Issue No.06 - June (1985 vol.11)
pp: 502-508
K.P. Birman , Department of Computer Science, Cornell University
This paper describes a technique for implementing k-resilient objects?distributed objects that remain available, and whose operations are guaranteed to progress to completion, despite up to k site failures. The implementation is derived from the object specification automatically, and does not require any information beyond what would be required for a nonresilient nondistributed implementation. It is therefore unnecessary for an applications programmer to have knowledge of the complex protocols nonnally employed to implement fault-tolerant objects. Our technique is used in ISIS, a system being developed at Cornell to support resilient objects.
reliability, Abstract data types, availability, checkpoint/restart, concurrency, consistency, distributed databases, distributed systems, fault-tolerance, recovery
K.P. Birman, T.A. Joseph, T. Raeuchle, A. El Abbadi, "Implementing Fault-Tolerant Distributed Objects", IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol.11, no. 6, pp. 502-508, June 1985, doi:10.1109/TSE.1985.232242
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