Infoscience

Conference paper

The Weakest Failure Detector for Message Passing Set-Agreement

In the set-agreement problem, n processes seek to agree on at most n−1 different values. This paper determines the weakest failure detector to solve this problem in a message-passing system where processes may fail by crashing. This failure detector, called the Loneliness detector and denoted L, outputs one of two values, “true” or “false” such that: (1) there is at least one process where L outputs always “false”, and (2) if only one process is correct, L eventually outputs “true” at this process.

    Reference

    • LPD-CONF-2008-029

    Record created on 2008-08-07, modified on 2016-08-08

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