André Schiper mostly deals with Distributed computing, Atomic broadcast, Replication, Fault tolerance and Computer network. Distributed computing and Database transaction are commonly linked in his work. His work carried out in the field of Atomic broadcast brings together such families of science as Theoretical computer science, Latency, Distributed algorithm, Asynchronous distributed systems and Atomic commitment.
His Replication research incorporates elements of Consistency, File server and Key. His work deals with themes such as Mobile agent, Communication in small groups and Overhead, which intersect with Fault tolerance. His Computer network research includes elements of Wireless ad hoc network and Random graph.
André Schiper mainly investigates Distributed computing, Fault tolerance, Atomic broadcast, Theoretical computer science and Computer network. His study looks at the relationship between Distributed computing and fields such as Protocol, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. André Schiper has researched Fault tolerance in several fields, including Paxos, System model and Dependability.
His Atomic broadcast research focuses on Message passing and how it connects with Scalability. His Theoretical computer science research integrates issues from Algorithm, Theory of computation, Set and Asynchronous communication. His work focuses on many connections between Computer network and other disciplines, such as Two-phase commit protocol, that overlap with his field of interest in Three-phase commit protocol and Atomic commit.
His primary areas of study are Distributed computing, Fault tolerance, Algorithm, Parallel computing and Replication. His work on Distributed computing is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Computer network. As a part of the same scientific family, André Schiper mostly works in the field of Fault tolerance, focusing on Distributed algorithm and, on occasion, Algorithm design and Software fault tolerance.
His Algorithm study also includes
André Schiper mainly focuses on Distributed computing, State machine replication, Paxos, Fault tolerance and Scalability. His works in Byzantine fault tolerance and Distributed algorithm are all subjects of inquiry into Distributed computing. His work in State machine replication tackles topics such as Protocol which are related to areas like Serialization, Software fault tolerance and Scala.
In his research, Bandwidth and Concurrency control is intimately related to Parallel computing, which falls under the overarching field of Paxos. The various areas that André Schiper examines in his Fault tolerance study include Algorithm and Concurrency. His Finite-state machine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Replication and Computer network, Server.
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Lightweight causal and atomic group multicast
Kenneth Birman;André Schiper;Pat Stephenson.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (1991)
Total order broadcast and multicast algorithms: Taxonomy and survey
Xavier Défago;André Schiper;Péter Urbán.
ACM Computing Surveys (2004)
Probabilistic broadcast for flooding in wireless mobile ad hoc networks
Y. Sasson;D. Cavin;A. Schiper.
wireless communications and networking conference (2003)
Understanding replication in databases and distributed systems
M. Wiesmann;F. Pedone;A. Schiper;B. Kemme.
international conference on distributed computing systems (2000)
Software-based replication for fault tolerance
R. Guerraoui;A. Schiper.
IEEE Computer (1997)
On the accuracy of MANET simulators
David Cavin;Yoav Sasson;André Schiper.
Proceedings of the second ACM international workshop on Principles of mobile computing (2002)
The causal ordering abstraction and a simple way to implement it
Michel Raynal;André Schiper;Sam Toueg.
Information Processing Letters (1991)
Database replication techniques: a three parameter classification
M. Wiesmann;F. Pedone;A. Schiper;B. Kemme.
symposium on reliable distributed systems (2000)
The Database State Machine Approach
Fernando Pedone;Rachid Guerraoui;André Schiper.
Distributed and Parallel Databases (2003)
early consensus in an asynchronous system with a weak failure detector
Distributed Computing (1997)
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