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Early stopping in Global Data Computation

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The Global Data Computation problem consists of providing each process with the same vector (with one entry per process) such that each entry is filled by a value provided by the corresponding process. This paper presents a protocol that solves this problem in an asynchronous distributed system where processes can crash, but equipped with a perfect failure detector. This protocol requires that processes execute asynchronous computation rounds. The number of rounds is upper bounded by min(f+2, t+1, n), where n, t, and f represent the total number of processes, the maximum number of processes that can crash, and the number of processes that actually crash, respectively. This value is a lower bound for the number of rounds when t

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Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 9 )