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By Marcos K. Aguilera, Michel Raynal (auth.), Nancy A. Lynch, Alexander A. Shvartsman (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642157629

ISBN-13: 9783642157622

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty fourth foreign Symposium on disbursed Computing, DISC 2010, held in Cambridge, CT, united states, in September 2010. The 32 revised complete papers, chosen from one hundred thirty five submissions, are offered including 14 short bulletins of ongoing works; them all have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the booklet. The papers deal with all features of allotted computing, and have been equipped in topical sections on, transactions, shared reminiscence providers and concurrency, instant networks, top scholar paper, consensus and chief election, cellular brokers, computing in instant and cellular networks, modeling concerns and adversity, and self-stabilizing and graph algorithms.

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Boehm et al. [5] argue that any attempt to define stronger semantics for C++ would impose unacceptable implementation costs. For managed languages, an at-least-superficially attractive approach is to allow a read to return either (1) the value written by the most recent write to the same location along some happens-before path or (2) the value written by a racing write to that location (one not ordered with the read under

Similar ideas have appeared in several previous studies. TSC is equivalent to the strong semantics of Abadi et al. [1], the StrongBasic semantics of Moore and Grossman [24], and the transactional memory with store atomicity described by Maessen and Arvind [19]. , p. 27], but stronger than the usual meaning of that term, which does not require a global order among nontransactional accesses [4,6]. 2 Strict Serializability In the database world, the standard ordering criterion is serializability, which requires that the result of executing a set of transactions be equivalent to some execution in which the transactions take place one at a time, and any transactions executed by the same thread take place in program order.

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Distributed Computing: 24th International Symposium, DISC 2010, Cambridge, MA, USA, September 13-15, 2010. Proceedings by Marcos K. Aguilera, Michel Raynal (auth.), Nancy A. Lynch, Alexander A. Shvartsman (eds.)


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