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    • A Dynamic Light-Weight Group Service 

      Rodrigues, Luis; Guo, Katherine; Sargento, Antonio; van Renesse, Robbert; Glade, Brad; Verissimo, Paulo; Birman, Kenneth (Cornell University, 1996-10)
      The virtual synchrony model for group communication has proven to be a powerful paradigm for building distributed applications. Implementations of virtual synchrony usually require the use of failure detectors and ...
    • Dynamic Light-Weight Groups 

      Guo, Katherine; Rodrigues, Lu\'{\i}s (Cornell University, 1996-10)
      The virtual synchrony model for group communication has proven to be a powerful paradigm for building distributed applications. In applications that require the use of a large number of groups, significant performance ...
    • GSGC: An Efficient Gossip-Style Garbage Collection Scheme for ScalableReliable Multicast 

      Guo, Katherine; Hayden, Mark; van Renesse, Robbert; Vogels, Werner; Birman, Kenneth P. (Cornell University, 1997-12)
      To deliver multicast messages reliably in a group, each member maintains copies of all messages it sends and receives in a buffer for potential local retransmission. The storage of these messages is costly and buffers may ...
    • Hierarchical Message Stability Tracking Protocols 

      Guo, Katherine; van Renesse, Robbert; Vogels, Werner; Birman, Ken (Cornell University, 1997-09)
      Protocols which track message stability are an important part of reliable multicast protocols in fault-tolerant distributed systems. To reliably deliver multicast messages in a process group, each process maintains copies ...
    • Scalable Message Stability Detection Protocols 

      Guo, Katherine (Cornell University, 1998-05)
      In group communication, in order to deliver multicast messages reliably in a group, it is common practice for each member to maintain copies of all messages it sends and receives in a buffer for potential local retransmission. ...
    • A Transparent Light-Weight Group Service 

      Rodrigues, Lu\'{\i}s; Guo, Katherine; Sargento, Antonio; van Renesse, Robbert; Glade, Brad; Ver\'{\i}ssimo, Paulo; Birman, Ken (Cornell University, 1996-05)
      Virtual synchrony, also known as view synchrony, has proven to be a powerful paradigm to build distributed applications. Informally, virtual synchrony provides to each process group membership information in the form ...