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000173037 037__ $$aARTICLE
000173037 245__ $$aÉmulation de mémoire partagée en environnements distribués dynamiques
000173037 260__ $$c2011
000173037 269__ $$a2011
000173037 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000173037 520__ $$aMost distributed systems are large-scale and dynamic. Communication has thus become a critical issue and the shared memory, which is a reliable paradigm of communication, allow distributed nodes to exchange information through read and write operations. In this article, I introduce the challenges related to emulating a shared memory in a dynamic message passing environment where nodes constantly leave the system and where new nodes arrive in an unpredictable manner. This article surveys the work on quorum systems and reconfigurable systems, and present solutions that cope with crash failures, dynamism and limited complexity.
000173037 6531_ $$asystèmes pair-à-pair
000173037 6531_ $$acohérence atomique
000173037 6531_ $$amémoire partagée distribuée
000173037 6531_ $$aquorum
000173037 700__ $$g183046$$aGramoli, Vincent$$0242987
000173037 773__ $$j30$$tTechnique et Science Informatiques$$k7$$q809-839
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