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Fault Tolerant Distributed Systems


Posted by: seminar addict
Created at: Tuesday 07th of February 2012 12:33:41 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Tuesday 07th of February 2012 12:33:41 AM
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failures is assumed to exist

Single link / single node failure and recovery

Any path constructed by taking outgoing edges always leads to the token holder

Studies all the states of the system at which the failure may occur and gives solutions to each of the states for tolerance

At recovery, the node asks its neighbours about its state in order to reconstruct the data structures

Fairness compromized at recovery - queue order is arbitrary


Some ideas - for our protocol


The first node experiencing timeout may send a message to every other node asking for their stat..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



distributed systems full report


Posted by: computer science technology
Created at: Sunday 24th of January 2010 11:05:05 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Saturday 09th of April 2011 05:11:32 AM
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If the region is an execution stack, for example, then the underlying
memory object is one which a file has been mapped, the underlying
memory object is one which persists only as long as the process
executes.
To map a memory object into a region, the
process sends a request to the external pager that manages the memory
object. After the mapping, messages pass between the kernel and the
external server to deal with paging. The kernel fetches initial data
values from the external pager, and pages data to it.
The kernel retains responsibility for handling page fa..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Seminar Report On PRIVACY SECURITY IN HIGHLY DYNAMIC SYSTEMS


Posted by: super
Created at: Wednesday 17th of June 2009 01:39:53 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Friday 18th of February 2011 04:36:34 AM
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. We can add new devices into HDS according to our needs and also remove certain devices that are not working properly from the system. The applications in this system are service-oriented and distributed. Systems in healthcare, entertainment, traffic control and retail are some examples of HDS.The way in which HDS are used raises a number of issues, particularly with regard to privacy and security. So it is necessary, to provide certain measures in order to provide privacy and security. For this here we discuss two methods, Personalization and Usage Control. These methods are not based on acc..................[:=> 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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ved and difficult to follow, try to present a stripped down version in the presentation that you can use to develop the intuition for the main findings. Then you can say that in the paper you show that the intuition extends to a richer setting.

If you put up a slide with an equation, make sure that you read through it so that the audience can follow the notation that you are using. If it's not standard (e.g., F is a production function with inputs of capital and labour) try to give an economic interpretation of the equation.

If you put up a graph, make sure that it's clear what's on ..................[:=> 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 :Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:17:19 AM
effectively, seminars , take,
he paper (who cares???)
4) Use visual aids as appropriate, flow-charts can be very helpful when explaining methods and experimental designs
5) At the close of your seminars be certain to summarize the main conclusions and provide the audience with the most significant point(s) from the seminars* (don't leave the audience wondering why they sat through the seminars)

Clarity

1) Speak clearly and 'speak up' - project your voice without shouting at your audience
2) State the objectives, hypotheses and rationale of study right at the start of the talk
3) Be certain to relate the semi..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



How to face a seminar


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:15:31 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Monday 01st of September 2014 09:25:55 AM
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of material. People are preoccupied with trying to remember the words to say and not the ideas behind the words (or with the audience). As a result, normal voice inflection disappears. With memorizing, mental blocks become inevitable. With memorizing it is not a matter of will you forget; it's a matter of WHEN!

2). Reading 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 ..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



10 tips to take a seminar


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 20th of September 2008 10:11:25 AM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Monday 01st of September 2014 11:04:02 AM
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4) What are the main points of this presentation?
5) What supporting information and stories can I use t..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



At the seminar


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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contribution immediately.
h) This helps the audience focus on how to assess your paper and means that even those in the audience who leave early will have a good idea of what you want them to take away from your talk...................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



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