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Fault Tolerant Distributed Systems


Posted by: seminar addict
Created at: Tuesday 07th of February 2012 12:33:41 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Tuesday 07th of February 2012 12:33:41 AM
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Fairness compromized at recovery - queue order is arbitrary


Some ideas - for our protocol


The first node experiencing timeout may send a message to every other node asking for their states

The node experiencing timeout must be: waiting for a grant/token to arrive OR waiting for a release to arrive

In case of grant/token, propagate the message to the parent chain to detect the pooint of failure

In case of release, send the message down the chain of children to see who is supposed to send a release

Once detected the point, recalculate the state of the affected nodes..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



distributed systems full report


Posted by: computer science technology
Created at: Sunday 24th of January 2010 11:05:05 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Saturday 09th of April 2011 05:11:32 AM
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server stubs. In LRPC, arguments are copied once: when they are
marshalled onto the A stack. In an equivalent RPC, they are copied four
times: from the client stubs stack onto a message; from the message to
a kernel buffer to server message; from the message to the server
stubâ„¢s stack. There may be several A stacks in shared region, became
several threads in the same client may call the server at the same
time.

An
invocation is shown in above figure. A client thread enters the
serverâ„¢s execution environment by first trapping to the kernel a..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Seminar Report On PRIVACY SECURITY IN HIGHLY DYNAMIC SYSTEMS


Posted by: super
Created at: Wednesday 17th of June 2009 01:39:53 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Friday 18th of February 2011 04:36:34 AM
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e characterized by different hardware and software, a different style of use and new applications. Highly dynamic systems (HDS) consisting of heterogeneous, decentralized nodes in wireless networks. The devices differ in size, storage capacity, connectivity , mobility, processing power and user interfaces. The applications in HDS are service oriented and distributed. We already interact today with HDS systems in health services, traffic control, entertainment, and retail. The success factor of Highly Dynamic Systems will be non-technically motivated and will be found in the properties to dynam..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Good Seminars


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:22:48 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:22:48 AM
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d in my paper anyhow), point this out right away.

Don't spend too much time on the literature review.The point of the review is to put your paper in perspective. Avoid getting into a long argument about whether you've cited the right group of papers or whether you have misrepresented a literature. You want to talk about your own work, not someone else's.

Present your main contributions right away. It's extremely important that you emphasize your contribution and distinguish what you've done that adds to the literature. You may want to repeat your list of contributions at the end of th..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



How to take seminars effectively


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:17:19 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:17:19 AM
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predictions from it/them, and tested it/them. If you are doing guided readings, you can present your work by beginning with the question or hypothesis that motivated the readings you did. Then, describe the scientific results you found in those readings and whether the results supported your initial hypothesis.

Organization

1) Be straightforward and logical, think of it as telling a story - you want a less expert audience to be able to follow along
2) Be certain to start with a brief introductory summary of what you will cover (outline!!!)
3) Provide sufficient background so that th..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



How to face a seminar


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:15:31 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Thursday 06th of March 2014 11:41:15 AM
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10 tips to take a seminar


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:11:25 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Tuesday 23rd of November 2010 10:03:12 PM
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ch of my main points?
6) What visual aids, if any, do I need?
7) Do I have an effective opening grabber?
In my final summary, how will I plan to tell them What's In It For Me?
9) Have I polished and prepared the language and words I will use?
10) H..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



At the seminar


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:10:09 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Friday 25th of March 2011 01:12:46 AM
seminar ,
m each slide and write down the key points.
5) Do not concern yourself with the exact words on the slide.
6) If the slides are properly prepared, each will have only a few key phrases --your talking points for each section of the presentation.
7) In the event you don't have a co-worker's handouts or slides, quickly develop an outline or mind map and do the following:--

a) List your main points and write down a few key words about each
b) Speak spontaneously and confidently from your heart.
c) Trust your experience and knowledge.
d) Focus on your message and not on the fact that you h..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



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