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The 14th International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems (OPODIS 2010) took place during December 14-17, 2010 in Tozeur, Tunisia. It continued a tradition of successful conferences; Chantilly (1997), Amiens (1998), Hanoi (1999), Paris (2000), Mexico (2001), Reims (2002), La Martinique (2003), Gre- ble (2004), Pisa (2005), Bordeaux (2006), Guadeloupe (2007), Luxor (2008) and N^?mes (2009). The OPODIS conference constitutes an open forum for the exchange of sta- of-the-art knowledge on distributed computing and systems among researchers from around the world. Following the tradition of the previous events, the p- gram was composed of high-quality contributed papers. The program call for papers looked for original and signi?cant research contributions to the theory, speci?cation, design and implementation of distributed systems, including: - Communication and synchronization protocols - Distributed algorithms, multiprocessor algorithms - Distributed cooperative computing - Embedded systems - Fault-tolerance, reliability, availability - Grid and cluster computing - Location- and context-aware systems - Mobile agents and autonomous robots - Mobile computing and networks - Peer-to-peer systems, overlay networks - Complexity and lower bounds - Performance analysis of distributed systems - Real-time systems - Security issues in distributed computing and systems - Sensor networks: theory and practice - Speci?cation and veri?cation of distributed systems - Testing and experimentation with distributed systems In response to this call for papers, 122 papers were submitted. Each paper was reviewed by at least three reviewers, and judged according to scienti?c and p- sentation quality, originality and relevance to the conference topics.


Robots.- Pattern Formation through Optimum Matching by Oblivious CORDA Robots.- RoboCast: Asynchronous Communication in Robot Networks.- Randomization in Distributed Algorithms.- Biased Selection for Building Small-World Networks.- Application of Random Walks to Decentralized Recommender Systems.- Uniform and Ergodic Sampling in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Systems with Malicious Nodes.- Brief Announcements I.- Self-stabilizing (k,r)-Clustering in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks with Multiple Paths.- Self-stabilizing Byzantine Asynchronous Unison,.- Graph Algorithms.- Reliably Detecting Connectivity Using Local Graph Traits.- Distributed Game-Theoretic Vertex Coloring.- Constructing a Map of an Anonymous Graph: Applications of Universal Sequences.- Brief Announcements II.- Effect of Fairness in Model Checking of Self-stabilizing Programs.- A Formal Framework for Conformance Testing of Distributed Real-Time Systems.- Fault-Tolerance.- Signature-Free Broadcast-Based Intrusion Tolerance: Never Decide a Byzantine Value.- A Fault Avoidance Strategy Improving the Reliability of the EGI Production Grid Infrastructure.- Failure Detectors Encapsulate Fairness.- -Based k-Set Agreement Algorithms.- Distributed Programming.- Distributed Programming with Tasks.- SkewCCC+: A Heterogeneous Distributed Hash Table.- On the Automated Implementation of Time-Based Paxos Using the IOA Compiler.- Real-Time.- Partitioning Real-Time Systems on Multiprocessors with Shared Resources.- On Best-Effort Utility Accrual Real-Time Scheduling on Multiprocessors.- Tardiness Bounds for Global EDF with Deadlines Different from Periods.- Shared Memory.- Cache-Aware Lock-Free Queues for Multiple Producers/Consumers and Weak Memory Consistency.- An Adaptive Technique for Constructing Robust and High-Throughput Shared Objects.- Efficient Lock Free Privatization.- A Competitive Analysis for Balanced Transactional Memory Workloads.- Concurrency.- Fast Local-Spin Abortable Mutual Exclusion with Bounded Space.- Turning Adversaries into Friends: Simplified, Made Constructive, and Extended.- Quasi-Linearizability: Relaxed Consistency for Improved Concurrency.- A Token-Based Distributed Algorithm for the Generalized Resource Allocation Problem.- On the Message Complexity of Global Computations.- Optimizing Regenerator Cost in Traffic Grooming.- On Minimizing Average End-to-End Delay in P2P Live Streaming Systems.- Monotonic Stabilization.- Upper and Lower Bounds of Space Complexity of Self-Stabilizing Leader Election in Mediated Population Protocol.- Improving Space Complexity of Self-stabilizing Counting on Mobile Sensor Networks.


Titel: Principles of Distributed Systems
Untertitel: 14th International Conference, OPODIS 2010, Tozeur, Tunisia, December 14-17, 2010. Proceedings
EAN: 9783642176531
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Datenkommunikation, Netzwerke
Veröffentlichung: 06.12.2010
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse: 8.11 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 517

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