Distributed Computing and Networking: 15th International by Ofer Feinerman, Amos Korman, Shay Kutten, Yoav Rodeh

By Ofer Feinerman, Amos Korman, Shay Kutten, Yoav Rodeh (auth.), Mainak Chatterjee, Jian-nong Cao, Kishore Kothapalli, Sergio Rajsbaum (eds.)

This publication constitutes the court cases of the fifteenth overseas convention on allotted Computing and Networking, ICDCN 2014, held in Coimbatore, India, in January 2014. The 32 complete papers and eight brief papers awarded during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a hundred and ten submissions. they're geared up in topical sections named: mutual exclusion, contract and consensus; parallel and multi-core computing; disbursed algorithms; transactional reminiscence; P2P and dispensed networks; source sharing and scheduling; mobile and cognitive radio networks and determination networks.

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2 Notation Before describing the proposed algorithm, we need to define some notations that will be used in the following algorithm description and analysis. Suppose that there are n processors numbered with 1 to n, which have intent to get into critical section at any time they want (or will never have such intent). Mark two shared queues mentioned above with q0 and q1 . To formalize the notation of operations, 32 J. Wang and Z. Wang we use enqueue(qi, x) to represent command that inserts the element x to the tail of qi .

Without loss of generality, suppose that processes 1 through (n−ψ) are fault-free, and if ψ > 0, processes (n−ψ +1) through n are faulty. In the analysis below, it is convenient to view the state of each process as a point in the d-dimensional Euclidean space. Denote by v[0] the column vector consisting of the initial states of the (n−ψ) fault-free processes. The i-th element of v[0] is vi [0], the initial state of process i. Thus, v[0] is a vector consisting of (n − ψ) points in the d-dimensional Euclidean space.

Specially, if there is no element in the queue, it will return a symbol indicating the queue is empty upon the dequeue or peek operation. It is well known that if the queue object supports enqueue, dequeue and peek operations, we can use a single queue to implement a mutual exclusion system satisfying starvation free property: initially let the queue be empty; if one processor wants to use the resource, it will enqueue its id to the queue and then peek the queue over and over again until it finds that the top element of the queue is the id of itself so that it could enter the critical section; after one’s critical section, it removes the top element of the queue by dequeue and then exits.

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