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Pilgrim performance over a new CAliF communication layer

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3 Author(s)
Garcia, E. ; Lab. d''Inf., UFR des Sci. et des Tech., Besancon, France ; Lapayre, J.-C. ; David, G.

Previously, we defined CAliF (Cooperative Application Framework): a platform for cooperative work applications. First, the lower CAliF layers have been developed separately: the interprocess communication layer CAliFCom and the shared memory layer where the Pilgrim, a new consistency protocol, is implemented. The authors show the qualities of CaliFCom, and study Pilgrim performance over this interprocess communication layer. Results are promising and thus, the system allows transparent handling of data sharing

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Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2000. Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on

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