A P2P based failure detection model for distributed systems

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2006
Kavuklu, Celal
A comprehensive failure detection model is proposed to detect service failures in asynchronous distributed systems. The proposed model takes advantage of P2P technology to provide required functionality. When compared to similar studies in failure detection, the presented failure detection model is more autonomous in resolving service dependencies, embodies more flexibility in providing different failure detection functions (like unreliable failure detectors, membership services) and offers more security. A failure detection library is developed using JXTA P2P framework to show realization of such a model.

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C. Kavuklu, “A P2P based failure detection model for distributed systems,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.