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Introduction. A mutual exclusion (ME) algorithm consists of a trying protocol (TP) and exit protocol (EP) that surround a critical section (CS) and satisfy the following properties: mutual exclusion: at most one process is allowed to use the CS at a given time; lockout freedom: any process that enters the TP eventually enters the CS; and bounded exit: a process can complete the EP in a Cited by: 7. The group mutual exclusion algorithms so obtained satisfy all of the properties mentioned above: mutual exclusion, lockout freedom, bounded exit, concurrent entering, FCFS, . Distributed Computing 18th International Conference, DISC , Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October , Proceedings. Editors: Guerraoui, Rachid (Ed.) Free Preview. Group-Solvability.- The Notion of Veto Number and the Respective Power of and to Solve One-Shot Agreement Problems.- The Black-White Bakery Algorithm and Related Bounded-Space, Adaptive, Local-Spinning and FIFO Algorithms.- Local-Spin Group Mutual Exclusion Algorithms.- On Quorum Systems for Group Resources with Bounded Capacity
Distributed computing: 18th International Conference, DISC , Amsterdam, the Netherlands, October , proceedings. Local-Spinning and FIFO Algorithms --Local-Spin Group Mutual Exclusion Algorithms --On Quorum Systems for Group Resources with Bounded Capacity --Bounded Version Vectors --An Optimistic 18th International. Mutual exclusion is a fundamental coordination problem. Over the last 20 years, shared-memory mutual exclusion research focuses on local-spin algorithms and uses the remote memory references (RMRs) metric.. To ensure the correctness of concurrent algorithms in general, and mutual exclusion algorithms in particular, it is often required to prohibit certain re-orderings of Cited by: 6. the author (the Black-Write bakery algorithm  and automatic discovery of mutual-exclusion algorithms ) are also described. Chapter 3 deals with more advanced read/write mutual exclusion topics, such as local-spin algorithms, adaptive and fault-tolerant mutual exclusion algorithms and impossibility results, and. In , Michel Raynal published a comprehensive survey of algorithms for mutual exclusion . In this paper, we survey major research trends since in .
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