Distributed Computing – IWDC 2005: 7th International by David Peleg (auth.), Ajit Pal, Ajay D. Kshemkalyani, Rajeev

By David Peleg (auth.), Ajit Pal, Ajay D. Kshemkalyani, Rajeev Kumar, Arobinda Gupta (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh foreign Workshop on allotted Computing, IWDC 2004, held in Kharagpur, India in December 2005.

The 28 revised complete papers and 33 revised brief papers offered including five invited keynote talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 253 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on concept of disbursed computing, sensor networks, fault tolerance, optical networks, peer-to-peer networks, instant networks, community safety, grid and networks, middleware and information administration, mobility administration, and disbursed synthetic intelligence.

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Let i ∈ N and let li be R’s local state in both ci and di . Since ci and di are finite runs, each of them can be extended to a run by Lemma 2. Since the sender has different initial states in these runs, KR v does not hold at li . As we shall show, the limit of at least one of these chains is a run. In that run the sender’s value is never transmitted, contradicting the assumption that P transmits three values. Outline of the proof: Our first step is to find two values for which the first message sent by the sender is the same.

LNCS 3499, 246–261, 2005. 36. SensComp Inc. Spec. of 6500 series ranging modules. com. 37. K. Sugihara and I. Suzuki. Distributed algorithms for formation of geometric patterns with many mobile robots. J. of Robotic Systems, 13(3):127–139, 1996. 38. I. Suzuki and M. Yamashita. Agreement on a common x-y coordinate system by a group of mobile robots. In Proc. Dagstuhl Seminar on Modeling and Planning for Sensor-Based Intelligent Robots, 1996. 39. I. Suzuki and M. Yamashita. Distributed anonymous mobile robots - formation and agreement problems.

We consider the impact of duplication, and prove a result closely related to Fekete and Lynch for a seemingly better-behaved model we call RelDFi. Namely, we show that no protocol allows Work was partially supported by ARC Discovery Grant RM02036. Work on this paper happened during a sabbatical visit to the School of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia. National ICT Australia is funded through the Australian Government’s Backing Australia’s Ability initiative, in part through the Australian Research Council.

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