2014
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-54848-2_14
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Abstract: Not only the world is distributed, but more and more applications are distributed. Hence, a fundamental question is the following one: What can be computed in a distributed system? The answer to this question depends on the environment in which evolves the considered distributed system, i.e., on the assumptions the system relies on. This environment is very often left implicit and nearly always not formulated in terms of precise underlying requirements. In the extreme case where the environment is such that th…

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