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Lecture 4 - Distributed System Paradigms

  • Leader election (4.3)
    • Sorted by timestamp (4.3)
    • Bully algorithm (4.5)
    • Ring algorithm (4.7)
  • Deadlocks (4.9)
    • Conditions for deadlocks (4.9)
    • Eliminating deadlocks (4.10)
  • Consistency (4.11)
    • Snapshot protocol (4.14)
  • Replication (4.16)
    • Concurrency control (4.18)
      • Strict consistency (4.19)
      • Sequential consitency (4.20)
      • Causal consistency (4.22)
      • FIFO consistency (4.23)
    • Serializability (4.24)
  • Partitioning (4.28)
    • Primary partition (4.30)
  • Distributed Consensus (4.31)
  • Agreement on membership (4.34)
    • View synchrony (4.37)
  • Atomic breadcast (4.39)
    • Two-phase commit (4.41)

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