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Other symposia that contain a substantial number of papers in this area include the annual symposia on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS), Theory of Computing (STOC), and Parallel Algorithms and Architectures (SPAA), and the annual Workshop on Distributed Algorithms (WDAG). Much of this work has also appeared by now in computer science journals such as the Journal of the A CM, Distributed Computing, Information and Computation, the SIAM Journal on Computing, A cta Informatica, and Information Processing Letters.
The same kinds of modularity can serve the same purposes in practical distributed system design. 3 O v e r v i e w of Chapters 2 - 2 5 The specific topics that this book covers are as follows. M o d e l s a n d p r o o f m e t h o d s . The material on formal models and proof methods is presented in separate chapters--Chapters 2, 8, 9, 14, and 23--heading the major subdivisions of the book (synchronous network algorithms, asynchronous shared memory algorithms, asynchronous network algorithms, and partially synchronous algorithms).
We assume that each process's UID is different from each other's in the ring, but that there is no constraint on which UIDs actually appear in the ring. 2. IMPOSSIBILITY RESULT FOR IDENTICAL PROCESSES 27 manipulated only by certain operations, such as comparisons, or they can admit unrestricted operations. 2 Impossibility Result for Identical P r o c e s s e s A first easy observation is that if all the processes are identical, then this problem cannot be solved at all in the given model. This is so even if the ring is bidirectional and the ring size is known to the processes.
Analysis on Graphs and Its Applications (Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics) by Pavel Exner, Jonathan P. Keating, Visit Amazon's Peter Kuchment Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Peter Kuchment, , Toshikazu Sunada, and Alexander Teplyaev, Alexander Teplyaev