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Fault Tolerant Distributed Systems

Posted by: seminar addict
Created at: Tuesday 07th of February 2012 12:33:41 AM
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Once detected the point, recalculate the state of the affected nodes - the ones falling on the chain

Assuming no link failures for now, multiple failures can be detected

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Posted by: computer science technology
Created at: Sunday 24th of January 2010 11:05:05 AM
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of data items in data into the specified file beginning at item I,
replacing the previous contents of the file at the corresponding
position and extending the file if necessary
It is some times necessary to shorten a file; truncate does so.
Create creates a new, empty file and returns then UFID that is
generated. Delete removes the specified file. Get attributes and Set
attributes enable clients to access the attribute record. Get
attributes is normally available to any client that is allowed to read
the file. Access to the Set attributes operation would normally be
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Created at: Wednesday 17th of June 2009 01:39:53 AM
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he properties to dynamically handle openness and adapt to changes. Dynamic handling of Openness: HDS are not specified for a given task and limited space. They experience a continuous extension. Dynamic adaptation to Changes: Interaction with HDS is not pre- specified and the usage is determined during utilization. The way HDS are used raises a number of trustworthiness issues, particularly with regard to privacy and security. Security is often equated with access control, which consist of authentication and authorization and is realized in such a way that unauthorized operations are ident..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

Good Seminars

Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:22:48 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:22:48 AM
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explain clearly what it means in detail and then briefly indicate how to read the remaining entries.

You should have some planned 'slack' in your talk. That is material that you don't plan to cover but that you can include if for some reason you receive fewer or briefer questions than usual. Also, there may be parts of the talk where you anticipate that some audiences will want additional clarification and/or detail. Have it ready, but don't plan to use it unless it comes up in the talk.

Always keep your eye on the time remaining. If you start to fall behind in your planned pace you s..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

How to take seminars effectively

Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:17:19 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Wednesday 29th of July 2015 04:07:09 AM
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5) Be certain that you understand the work yourself and do not use a word that you could not explain! (avoid bafflegab, especially if you don't get it yourself)...................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

How to face a seminar

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Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:15:31 AM
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g from complete text - Listening to someone read a speech or presentation is hated by most people. People say, If that's all they were going to do is read their speech, I could have read it myself. I'm sure many of us have experienced this at least once while attending a conference or two. Below are some reasons why I believe people read poorly:

3). Using Notes - This is the most common way for remembering material. Using notes is better than reading since the speaker can have normal voice inflection and make more effective eye contact. If your notes are on the lectern, you probably won't..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

10 tips to take a seminar

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Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:11:25 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Wednesday 29th of July 2015 04:03:52 AM
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repare for weeks, sleep on it, dream about it and let your ideas sink into your subconscious. Ask yourself questions, write down your thoughts, and keep adding new ideas. As you prepare every speech ask yourself the following questions.

In one concise sentence, what is the purpose of this speech?
1) Who is the audience? What is their main interest in this topic?
2) What do I really know and believe about this topic as it relates to this audience?
3) What additional research can I do?
4) What are the main points of this presentation?
5) What supporting information and stories can I..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

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Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:10:09 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Friday 25th of March 2011 01:12:46 AM
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ize your contribution and distinguish what you've done that adds to the literature.
g) You may want to repeat your list of contributions at the end o..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]

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