The Resource Research in network data management resource sharing : multi-copy resiliency techniques

Research in network data management resource sharing : multi-copy resiliency techniques

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Research in network data management resource sharing : multi-copy resiliency techniques
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Research in network data management resource sharing
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multi-copy resiliency techniques
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eng
Summary
This paper describes strategy which allows resources to be shared in a resilient manner while minimizing user delay. The strategy described supports two-host resiliency. That is, at least two of the cooperating hosts must simultaneously malfunction while in the process of cooperation, and the malfunction must be of a very restricted form in order for undetectable or unrecoverable failure to occur. Extension to n-host resiliency is also discussed
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music
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non fiction
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  • Alsberg, Peter A.
  • Belford, Geneva G.
  • Day, John D.
  • Grapa, Enrique.
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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  • CAC document
  • CCTC-WAD document
Series volume
  • no. 202
  • no. 6505
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  • Information Science
  • Computer Hardware
  • Data management
  • Communications networks
  • Mathematical models
  • Information systems
  • Computers
  • Sharing
  • Resource management
  • Network flows
  • Resilience
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Research in network data management resource sharing : multi-copy resiliency techniques
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Includes bibliographic references (p. 48)
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1 online resource (48 pages
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online
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Research in network data management resource sharing : multi-copy resiliency techniques
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references (p. 48)
Extent
1 online resource (48 pages
Form of item
online
Governing access note
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
Other physical details
charts)
Specific material designation
remote

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