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    • Fault-Tolerant Management of Distributed Applications Using the Reactive System Architecture 

      Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1991-12)
      Distributed applications are becoming increasingly pervasive, and difficult to manage. Examples of distributed applications include operating system servers and clients on a network, programs performing distributed ...
    • Making Real-time Reactive Systems Reliable 

      Marzullo, Keith; Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1990-09)
      No Abstract is Available.
    • Tools for Constructing Distributed Reactive Systems 

      Marzullo, Keith; Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1990-02)
      Many distributed applications can be cast as reactive systems, where a reactive system consists of an instrumented program that is monitored and controlled by an input-driven control program. Examples of non-real-time ...
    • Tools for Constructing Distributive Reactive Systems 

      Marzullo, Keith; Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1991-02)
      Many distributed applications can be cast as a reactive system, where a reactive system consists of an instrumented program that is monitored and/or controlled by an input-driven control program. Examples of non-real-time ...
    • Tools for Distributed Application Management 

      Birman, Kenneth P.; Cooper, Robert; Marzullo, Keith; Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1990-07)
      Distributed application management consists of monitoring and controlling an application as it executes in a distributed environment. It encompasses such activities as configuration, initialization, performance monitoring, ...
    • Tools for Monitoring and Controlling Distributed Applications. 

      Marzullo, Keith; Wood, Mark D. (Cornell University, 1991-01)
      The Meta system is a UNIX--based toolkit that assists in the construction of reliable reactive systems, such as distributed monitoring and debugging systems, tool integration systems and reliable distributed applications. ...