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Fault Tolerant Distributed Systems

Posted by: seminar addict
Created at: Tuesday 07th of February 2012 12:33:41 AM
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single node failures

Eliminate the failed component and obtain different tree structure (network is biconnected)

Mechanism to detect the failures is assumed to exist

Only “Branches” are used for message exchanges

#1 Contd - Reconfiguaration

Repeat the steps below till all connected OR insufficient chords

At the end of reconfiguration, all data-structures are reset and algorithm is restarted, older token holder is pre-empted and token is transferred to a newly elected leader

#2 Contd. - Fault Tolerance

Mechanism to detect the failures is assum..................[:=> 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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use its
buffer; and
(b) Using an independent thread which executes DoOperation while
the first thread proceeds.
In the case of Send, no thread manipulation is
required to achieve asynchronous semantics.
In addition, group communication is provided in
several distributed operating systems, including Amoeba, the V system
and chorus. The V system provides a multicast equivalent of
DoOperation, which receives just one reply by default, even though each
recipient can reply. Any further replies can be received by a separate
call made by the client.
Memory sharing:-
Ma..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]


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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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The mainframe and PCs eras are 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 motivate..................[:=> 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
Seminars , Good,
have started or plan to begin related research, mention it. Then prepare to kick back and think beyond your paper if that's what the audience wants...................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

How to take seminars effectively

Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:17:19 AM
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effectively, seminars , take,
a general audience (remember: you have read paper or done the research - the audience won't have the same degree of preparation as you)
5) Be certain that you understand the work yourself and do not use a word that you could not explain! (avoid bafflegab, especially if you don't get it yourself..................[:=> 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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s is the most common way for remembering material. Using notes is better than reading since the speaker can have normal voice inflection and make more effective eye contact. If your notes are on the lectern, you probably won't move very far from them. If notes are in your hand, you probably won't gesture very much.

4).Using Visual Aids As Notes - Simple visual aids can effectively serve as headings and subheadings. Speak to the heading. Say what you want to say and move on. If you forget something, that's okay; the audience will never know unless you tell them.
Practice creating just a few..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

10 tips to take a seminar

Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:11:25 AM
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it relates to this audience?
3) What additional research can I do?
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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 ,
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 had to rush to put together a presentat..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

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